The Rowe laboratory at Boston Children’s Hospital is seeking two highly motivated, responsible, conscientious, and detail-oriented individuals to join our ongoing efforts to uncover the molecular mechanisms that regulate normal and malignant blood stem cells, blood development and malignant transformation. The successful candidates must have a doctoral degree in the biological sciences with a strong record of productivity at the graduate level.
This is a great opportunity for scientists with interest in a career in academic or industry to gain vital skills in stem cell biology. The laboratory uses cutting edge techniques in mouse and human hematopoietic stem cell biology and disease modeling, including single cell RNA sequencing, xenotransplantation, and induced pluripotent stem cells.
Anticipated start date will be April-May, 2021
- Ph.D. in Biological Sciences, Biochemistry, Chemistry, or related discipline.
- Willingness to work with animals and animal and human tissues.
- Strong organizational, management and communication skills, and an ability to recognize and prioritize responsibilities.
- Ability to work hard, both independently as well as with others as a team in a productive manner.
Full Time - 40 Hour
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