The Arora Lab in the Department of Obstetrics Gynecology and Reproductive Biology and the Institute for Quantitative Health Science and Engineering at Michigan State University is seeking a Research Assistant I. Work in the lab focuses on understanding maternal-fetal interactions during early stages of embryonic development using classical developmental biology tools, mouse genetic mutants and 3- Dimensional uterine imaging (http://obgyn.msu.edu/research/researchfaculty/ripla-arora-ph-d). The lab also focuses on developing new tools to further developmental biology and reproductive biology research. Job duties include, but are not limited to, assisting in coordinating research operations; mouse colony management and mouse surgeries; processing tissue for RNA isolation; assist in gene expression analysis and compilation; immunofluorescence; histology followed by imaging and image analysis; calibration and maintenance of laboratory equipment; and maintaining and updating laboratory protocols in order to ensure compliance with safety regulations. To learn more about the lab visit www.aroralab.com.