The laboratory of Dr. Emmanuelle Passegué, Director of the Columbia Stem Cell Initiative and Principal Investigator (PI), is seeking outstanding, organized and energetic Technician B. Dr. Passegué’s research team investigates the cellular and molecular processes controlling the activity of blood-forming hematopoietic stem cells (HSC) during homeostasis, and addresses how these regulations are altered in myeloid malignancies and physiological aging. The goal of the Passegué’ laboratory is to identify affected genes and/or pathways that can be used to develop new therapies to treat human diseases using a variety of cross-disciplinary approaches in mouse models and human patient samples.
Reporting to the PI and working under the day-to-day supervision of senior lab members, the candidate will be involved in a wide range of experiments both in a supervised and independent manner, and will contribute to the proper running of the laboratory. This is an opportunity to join a dynamic laboratory at the forefront of stem cell research.
Bachelor's degree in chemistry, biology or physics or equivalent in education, training and experience.
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