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Lab Manager Position (50% employment)

Posted by , on 3 August 2016

Closing Date: 15 March 2021

The Laboratory of Regulatory Evolution (Tschopp group) at the Zoological Institute, University of Basel, Switzerland, is hiring for a lab manager position.

We are interested in how phenotypic diversity is generated during vertebrate embryogenesis. As a model system, we are studying the development of the vertebrate skeleton with its associated neuromuscular system. We address these questions using a range of methods, including experimental embryology; functional genomics; cell culture and viral gene delivery; genome editing (CRISPR-Cas9); bioinformatics and in silico modeling.
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The tasks associated with this position will include managing and streamlining standard lab procedures, ordering, as well as experimental work (cell culture, histology, immunohistochemistry).

Your profile
Successful candidates will have a background in molecular biology and/or lab managing. You enjoy working in a team environment, and are proficient in German and have a basic knowledge of English. You are interested in learning and developing new technology to address long-standing questions in developmental and evolutionary biology.

We offer you
– Highly interactive and interdisciplinary research environment
– Attractive employment conditions, very competitive salary by international standards
– The position might get expanded to 100% employment, external funding permitting

Application / Contact
Please send your application with a brief statement of motivation, a current CV and contact(s) for references (where applicable) to
Evaluation will begin on Sept. 1st 2016 and suitable candidates will be contacted shortly after.

The University of Basel is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from female candidates.

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