Lab technician/research assistant in leukemia signaling & targeted therapies

100%, start from mid-2018 (or per agreement)
The Myeloid malignancies laboratory at the Department of Biomedicine
(DBM) in Basel is seeking a highly motivated
lab technician/research assistant.
We are investigating oncogenic signaling networks driving leukemia
cells, molecular mechanisms of resistance to current leukemia therapies
and the development of novel targeted therapies in different forms of
leukemia including myeloproliferative neoplasms and acute myeloid leukemia by in vitro and in vivo approaches as well as patient materials (MeyerSC.Hematol Oncol Clin North Am. 2017. Meyer SC et al. Cancer Cell. 2015. Meyer SC et al. Lancet Oncol. 2014).
Your position
include working directly with in vivo mouse models of leukemia in
collaboration with research fellows as well as cell culture and manipulations
of leukemia cell lines, molecular and cellular analysis of protein and RNA expression.
Your profile
The successful candidate is trained as Biologie-Laborant/in (or equivalent
education) with several years of work experience or has a Master's
degree in molecular/cell biology or related field and experience with cell
cultures and mouse models. Enthusiasm to establish/optimize new protocols, highly organized working style and good written and verbal communication in English are required.
We offer you
you an interdisciplinary, stimulating and translational research environment.
Employment conditions are according to University of Basel. The
DBM is an international institute promoting basic and translational research
with access to modern, well-equipped core facilities and collaborations with
University Hospital Basel.
Application / Contact
Applications should be sent by email to Dr. Sara C.Meyer, M.D., Ph.D.,
FMH Hematology, Research Group Leader and Attending physician, Department of Biomedicine and Division of Hematology,
University Hospital Basel, Hebelstrasse 20, 4031 Basel,
Phone: 061 556 59 65,

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