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location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
job type: Contract
salary: $44.75 - 52.65 per hour
work hours: 9 to 5
The RNA Biology and Functional Genomics group is a dynamic team within the TGS organization dedicated to understanding the molecular basis of and developing novel therapeutics for neurological disorders. We work with experimentalists, computational biologists, and statistical geneticists throughout the company to further our understanding of how genetic variation and RNA metabolism impact disease and to define novel therapeutic hypotheses. Our project portfolio work is focused on several neurodegenerative diseases, including those in the neuromuscular and dementia fields.
We are seeking a candidate with strong training and technical skills in molecular and RNA biology to join the group. This new person will be part of the RNA Biology and Functional Genomics team and will be responsible for generating RNA assay data and testing of new splice isoform detecting protocols. The candidate will work both independently and collaboratively with other members of the lab.
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in Biomedical Science, Life Science.
- Solid training in Molecular Biology, Genetics, or a directly related field is required, including experience with RNA assay approaches.
- Experience in NGS library preparation and high throughput screening preferred.
skills: Molecular Biology
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