evolutionary genetics senior research technician

Paul Barber pbarber at bu.edu
Mon Aug 12 16:09:19 EDT 2002

>Date: Wed, 7 Aug 2002 16:51:23 -0400
>To: evoldir at evol.biology.mcmaster.ca
>From: Paul Barber <pbarber at bu.edu>
>Subject: evolutionary genetics senior research technician
>Dear Colleagues,
>We have secured funding and university approval to hire a research
>assistant to work in an evolutionary genetics laboratory. Below is a
>description of this position. Please pass this announcement to any
>that may be interested. Interested applicants should visit the web
>site for the Boston University Department of personel
>(http://www.bu.edu/personnel/employment/jobs/jobs.shtml), job
>tracking code "0386/H062"
>Paul Barber
>Supervisor: Dr. Paul Barber
>Location:  Boston University Marine Program, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
>A Research Assistant position is available in a laboratory that uses
>molecular genetic techniques to investigate evolutionary processes
>in marine environments. Duties will primarily consist of routine
>molecular genetic techniques (including, but not limited to, DNA
>extraction, PCR, Cloning, and DNA sequencing) and data analysis
>(e.g. sequence alignment, phylogenetic and population genetic
>analysis). Some general lab maintenance (e.g. ordering, collection
>management) and library research will also be expected.
>Preference will be given to candidates with molecular genetic
>laboratory experience and who have a demonstrated interest in
>pursuing scientific research. Further preference will be given to
>candidates who are interested in becoming intellectually as well as
>technically involved in the research
>Minimum skills
>Bachelor's or Master's degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology,
>Genetics, Organismal Biology or related field. Basic computer skills
>including word processing (Microsoft Word) spreadsheets (Microsoft
>Excel), and graphics (Photoshop and Illustrator). Knowledge of
>phylogenetic software a plus. Ability to work independently on
>assigned tasks, work on multiple assignments with overlapping
>timelines, and meet schedules and timelines. Knowledge of basic
>research methods.
>Contact: All applications must be through the BU dept. of Personnel
>((http://www.bu.edu/personnel/employment/jobs/jobs.shtml). The
>tracking code for this position is  "0386/H062"
>Questions should be addressed to Paul Barber at: pbarber at bu.edu.
>Further information on the laboratory and it's activities can be
>found at: ww.bu.edu/biology/Faculty_Staff/barber.html

Dr. Paul H. Barber
Boston University
Boston University Marine Program
7 MBL Street
Woods Hole, MA  02543
(508)289-7685 phone
(508)289-7950 FAX
pbarber at bu.edu
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