Rockefeller University Research Assistant | Laboratory of Neurogenetics of Language in New York, New York
The ability to speak has allowed our species to pass knowledge between generations, articulate complex ideas, and build societies. Headed by Dr. Erich D. Jarvis, the Laboratory of Neurogenetics of Language uses song-learning birds and other species as models to study the molecular and genetic mechanisms that underlie vocal learning, including how humans learn spoken language. The lab is interested in how their brains, and ours, have evolved to produce this complex behavior.
To better understand the genetic basis of vocal learning, the Jarvis Lab performs a variety of single cell sequencing techniques. The lab is looking for a Research Assistant to help with isolating nuclei from brain tissue and blood, single cell sequencing and multiome ATAC plus gene expression sequencing.
Maintain a clean and well organized lab space
Maintain a detailed and current electronic lab notebook
Participate in weekly lab meeting
Single cell analysis of samples from a variety of species
Perform related duties & responsibilities as assigned/requested
Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences or a related field
Previous lab experience
Must be willing to work with live animals
- Previous experience isolating DNA / RNA; PCR; gel electrophoresis; single-cell preparations for NGS.
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Compensation Range: Min
Compensation Range: Max
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Position Type Regular Full-Time