University of Utah School of Medicine
Salt Lake City, UT
The Venero Galanternik Lab in the Department of Human Genetics at the University of Utah School of Medicine is looking for an enthusiastic and talented Laboratory Technician to help us establish our new lab and get our research in the meninges going! Who we are and what we do: https://bioscience.utah.edu/faculty/venero-galanternik/index.php
Although some wet lab experience is preferred, the candidate to fill this position will work directly with the principal investigator, getting initial training in common zebrafish technical procedures, standard techniques in developmental and molecular biology, and will be expected to be in charge of everyday lab organization including animal handling, reagent preparation, ordering and database/record keeping. The candidate should be comfortable with the daily handling and experimentation of embryonic and adult zebrafish, included but not limited to tissue dissections, basic surgeries, injections, and cellular dissociations. Additionally, the candidate may be responsible for maintaining lab common areas and equipment, assist with inventory, ordering, receiving and inspecting of laboratory and fish facility materials and equipment. Once trained, the candidate will be expected to help training other upcoming lab members, including summer, undergraduate and graduate students. Candidates who identify with groups historically excluded from science are strongly encouraged to apply.
Last Updated 03/02/2023