Rockefeller University Research Assistant | Laboratory of Molecular Biology in New York, New York
Research in the Laboratory of Molecular Biology, led by Dr. Nathaniel Heintz, aims to identify the genes, circuits, cells, macromolecular assemblies, and individual molecules that contribute to the function of the mammalian brain and to its dysfunction in disease. Understanding the distinct classes of neurons and the circuits that control specific aspects of cognition and behavior can lead to more targeted treatments for central nervous system disorders.
The Research Assistant will join a team working on identifing novel strategies to delay onset and/or slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
Preparation of human brain samples for next generation sequencing
RNA extraction, cDNA preparation, PCR, gel electrophoresis and library preparation
Performing ATAC-seq, bisulfite-Seq and Ox-bisulfite-Seq assays
Bachelor's degree required, educational emphasis in neuroscience or biology preferred. Must have some familiarity with a laboratory setting. Previous experience with RNA isolation and familiarity with next generation sequencing is preferred.
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Compensation Range: Min
Compensation Range: Max
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Position Type Regular Full-Time