Research Tech II, Washington University in St. Louis

Posted 11/20/2020

The Department of Developmental Biology at Washington University School of Medicine is seeking applicants for a Research Technician II for the Zebrafish Facility.

Washington University in St. Louis is home to one of the largest zebrafish facilities in the world and with robotic feeding and cleaning systems, it is the world’s most modern. The facility allows large-scale, collaborative projects that would not be possible for individual investigators, helping scientists understand human development and disease, from birth defects and cancer to muscle and nerve disorders.

As part of the research services aspect of the Zebrafish Facility, we are looking for a research technician with experience in molecular biology, that will assist with the carrying out of specific experiments that are available as a service to zebrafish investigators (mutant lines generation using genome editing approaches, microinjections, and genotyping) as well as general husbandry duties.  The employee will split their time 50/50 with support of research services and providing general fish husbandry.

To learn more about this position and to apply please visit: Research Technician II-Developmental Biology – 49071
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Last Updated 11/20/2020