Duke University RESEARCH TECHNICIAN II - Human Vaccine Institute in Durham, North Carolina
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951 RESEARCH TECHNICIAN II
Research Technician II – Denny Lab
Perform assays assessing virus-specific immune responses against HIV
Process and isolate mononuclear cells from human and nonhuman primate blood and other tissues and conduct subsequent steps involved in the phenotypic evaluation of cells by flow cytometry, including cellular staining techniques and data acquisition, analysis, and maintenance.
Perform ordering responsibilities for the laboratory, including taking inventory, restocking, submitting orders, managing samples, and coordinating with other lab members regarding their specific assay needs.
Perform cell culture, virus, and reagent preparation for immunologic and virologic assays.
Perform antibody binding and neutralization assays for various laboratory projects.
Perform other laboratory or data management duties, including laboratory maintenance tasks, as requested by the Principal Investigator or senior lab staff.
Collect information and data through observation, experimentation and various other methods, to include operating highly technical laboratory instruments and equipment.
Prepare and process specimens for complex immunological and virological procedures, including but not limited to PBMC Processing, Flow Cytometry, Cell Culture, Real Time PCR, ELISA, Western Blot, and devise experimental techniques for testing and analysis as directed by laboratory manager.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Education, Skills, & Experience Requirements
Bachelor’s degree in biology or a related field
Laboratory experience is preferred
Must be detail-oriented, well organized and approach procedures with critical thinking of the technical aspects with strong communication skills and ability to work in an interactive team environment.
RESEARCH TECHNICIAN II - Human Vaccine Institute
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