Looking for a new research technician

Are you looking for a gap year between grad and/or med school? And are you passionate about science? If the answer is yes to both, consider working with us to explore how intercellular signaling goes awry with age and disease and how we can use novel stem cell approaches to start designing novel treatment options. You would be using exciting molecular biological and histological procedures and techniques including tissue sectioning, immunohistochemistry, and fluorescence microscopy. We will teach you how to critically analyze and quantify the data, as well as opportunities to present your work. You would be filling the shoes of our current tech, Connor, who is joining UF's medical school this fall. Connor will leave the lab with one 1st author publication and multiple co-author papers. Please apply through this link here or send your CV, references and cover letter directly to dkopinke at ufl dot edu.

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