The Research Assistant position will be a combination of lab management duties and scientific research. The latter will involve a mix of bench work and bioinformatics in an effort to further our understanding of how epigenetic marks change across populations of C. elegans.
Bachelor's degree is required. A strong bioinformatics/computational background is preferred, as the projects will rely on analyses of transcriptomic data across many strains.
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