Strength Through Diversity Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
The newly established laboratory of Dr. Ali May in the Department of Cell, Developmental and
Regenerative Biology and the Department of Otolaryngology is seeking to hire a creative and
motivated Associate Researcher I to advance our investigations in epithelial organ development
Our team seeks to understand how epithelial morphogenesis, cellular patterning and
stem cell behavior contribute to diseases such as Cystic Fibrosis and Chronic Rhinosinusitis. We employ methods of in vitro organ culture, in vivo model systems, high-resolution microscopy, 3D image-rendering, single cell and bulk RNA-sequencing, to define how multiple cell types organize during development, maintain themselves during homeostasis and regenerate following injury. We are a member of the Black Family Stem Cell Institute and the Institute for Airway Sciences at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
The Associate Research will be responsible for general lab maintenance, animal husbandry, mouse colony management, and wet lab experiments. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to drive their own project and will be encouraged and supported to present their work at local conferences. As mentorship is a cornerstone of the May lab, we welcome recent graduates looking for experience in state-of-the art techniques to advance their career
progression in academic sciences. Roles & Responsibilities:
- Laboratory maintenance (e.g., ordering supplies and reagents, maintaining stock and inventory, monitoring and coordinating repair of equipment)
- Mouse studies, genotyping and colony maintenance
- Organizing and upholding technical and administrative support for research projects of all lab members
- Tissue processing and histological techniques
- In vitro organ culture
- Brightfield and confocal imaging
- Tissue preparation for RNA-sequencing
- Data collection, analysis, and presentation
Strength Through Diversity
- Bachelor's degree in life sciences or related field
- Min. 1-year wet lab and molecular biology experience
- Experience in rodent model systems, genotyping and colony maintenance is preferred
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