The Raymond Cho/Jeffrey Cheng UCSF Dermatology lab is actively seeing a highly motivated, highly skilled technician. This position is open immediately and is meant as a strong stepping stone to MD or PhD level training, with lead authorships achieved within a 2-year timeframe.
Our lab studies human and mouse model inflammatory skin rashes on the single-cell level
(single cell RNA-sequencing, sequencing based protein epitope analysis, and
highly multiplexed immunofluorescence) to improve molecular classification
and treatment response prediction.
The ideal technician candidate would possess a strong immunology background
and be independent and self-motivated, detail oriented, and possess strong
written and verbal communication skills. We expect the appointee to participate
in and receive authorship in scientific articles and to contribute to the intellectual
environment of the laboratory, in addition to supporting and managing the lab.
He/she must be able to plan, conduct, and oversee experiments, independently
develop and optimize experimental protocols, and interpret data and results.
Excellent organizational and written/oral communication skills
Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities
Attention to detail and accurate record keeping
Ability to work well independently and collaboratively with other lab members
Previous research experience of at least 2 years and expertise in immunology assays (such as flow cytometry,stimulation assays, ELISA)
Previous research experimental use of mouse models
Experience with basic computer programming
Please apply by either replying by email and/or online by clicking on the green “Apply Externally” button.