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Research Assistant (Biggs Institute)

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Research
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School of Medicine
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20001392 Requisition #

Job Summary:

Under general supervision, provides routine technical assistance in performing assigned and delegated tasks in support of research projects. Responsibilities include assisting or conducting a variety of scientific experiments and research projects of limited complexity, collecting, evaluating and interpreting data for clinical and diagnostic research.

Job Duties:

  • Provides routine technical assistance in performing assigned and delegated tasks in support of research projects.
  • Performs assigned clerical and technical duties in a research or clinical lab setting.
  • Assists investigator or higher level technician with research studies, experiments and assays including collection of data, preparation of solutions and set-up and maintenance of equipment.
  • Performs routine tests with direction from supervisor, manager or higher level technician.
  • Assists in conducting a variety of scientific experiments and research projects of limited complexity, collecting, evaluating, and interpreting data.
  • Consents participants for research studies. 
  • Runs samples between buildings on campus and processes samples in a timely manner
  • Carries out general laboratory maintenance. 

Education:

Bachelor's in a basic science is required.

 

 

 

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