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Job Summary Will perform single molecule experiment and data analysis. The candidate will also be responsible for training students on microscopy techniques.
Job Duties - Carry out single cell genomics experiments - Preparing cell cultures or working with a collaborator on obtaining tissues samples - Fixation of tissue samples - Hybridization of the tissue samples - Performing the sequential imaging experiments utilizing the automated fluidics - Adjusting lasers to optimize the illumination and ensuring the week long experiments are stable over time - After the experiments are completed, perform data analysis - Use Matlab and python to call out single molecules and align multiple images to generate barcodes - Segmentation of cells and determining expression profiles in individual cells - Cluster of the single cell data and generate cell types - Map cell types back onto space and generate spatial images - Training students on the experimental and computational techniques, one on one training and demonstration
Basic Qualifications - Master's Degree - Familiarity with single molecule microscopy, Matlab or python
Preferred Qualifications - Working experience with smFISH and single molecule imaging - Working experience with Genomics analysis
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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