A full-time, long-term Research Technician position is available in the Patient-Derived Xenograft and Preclinical Therapeutics (PDX-PCT) Core Facility at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF). The position includes projects and responsibilities within the Patient-Derived Xenograft and Preclinical Therapeutics (PDX-PCT) Core Facility at OMRF, which is a shared resource facility directed by Dr. Bieniasz (https://omrf.org/research-faculty/scientists/bieniasz-magdalena). The Research Technician will contribute to projects exploring the mechanisms of ovarian cancer progression, metastasis and chemotherapy resistance. Our research is based on in vitro and in vivo tumor models as well as patients' tumor samples. The Research Technician will be responsible for performing a wide variety of projects including in vivo studies related to tumor biology and preclinical testing of new therapies.
1 - 3 years of relevant lab experience
Expertise in in vitro cell culture and in vivo mouse disease models, as well as knowledge of basic molecular and cell biology concepts and techniques is highly desired.
Master degree in biological sciences. Candidates with experience with laboratory mice including knowledge of survival surgical procedures performed on mice and basic necropsy techniques are especially encouraged to apply.