1) Manage safety, efficiency, and project development for the GCIS Chemistry laboratories
2) Experience in molecular biology, directed evolution, and synthetic biology
3) Project management
4) Responsible for experimental design and execution (directed evolution, vector design, molecular biology, protein characterization)
5) Responsible for grant and paper writing
1) Experience in molecular biology, directed evolution, and synthetic biology
2) Proficient in Chemical synthesis
3) Proficient in fluorescence microscopy
4) Proficient with probe design
5) Proficient in Molecular biology
6) Proficient in cell biology (mammalian cell culture)
1) Trained PhD scientist with post-doc experience
2) Cover Letter
3) List of references
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