The Synthetic Regeneration and Systems Physiology Laboratory within the Department of Physiology and Cellular Biophysics at Columbia University exists to uncover new scientific knowledge in biomedicine and to train bright talent in the art of science. We are motivated by one question: How do heterogenous cells synchronize their activity to restore damaged tissue? Our research thus aims to define the molecular and biophysical drivers of tissue healing at organ scale and to leverage this knowledge for better therapeutic strategies for patients.
The laboratory is seeking a motivated mouse Research Technician B to work in mouse immunogenomics of wound healing. The mouse Research Technician B will support research studying the role of various T cells in mouse wound healing and regeneration.
Laboratory experience in immunology-related techniques is strongly preferred. This enriching research assistantship offers a balance of structured learning and professional development which fosters an environment to advance individual career success.
We have developed several innovative, unpublished platforms to understand tissue regeneration at organ scale. The candidate will work in close collaboration with the Columbia Stem Cell Initiative, the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Columbia Genome Center, and the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT. Results of the research will be published in one or more scientific publications targeting high impact peer-reviewed journals.
Bachelor’s degree in biology, chemistry or related sciences or equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
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