Research Associate - Research Childhood Cancer - Lee
Conducts independent research within a general area decided upon in conjunction with a Principal Investigator; prepares position papers and research reports; assists in the preparation of scientific publications and research grant proposals; prepares budget proposals for conducting research studies. The Research Associate is responsible for supporting the laboratory’s translational and basic research in the use of immune cells for cancer therapy and NK cell biology. Applicant should have expertise in basic cell and/or molecular biology laboratory techniques.
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