The Tsuji Laboratory is open for an individual with a strong microbiology background to join an infectious diseases research group focusing on defining optimal therapeutic regimens to combat resistant bacteria. Evidence indicating research experience, leadership, and scientific design is required. Excellent sterile technique and sound laboratory practices is required. The candidate will be self-motivated, an independent worker, enthusiastic, hard working, and enjoy working in a fast, high throughput laboratory. We are committed to the development of our team members through training, opportunities for authorship at international conferences and highly impactful journals, and other research opportunities.
Job duties include:
- Independent design and experimentation of microbiologic experiments
- Microbiologic Analysis.
- In Vitro Model Experiments of Bacterial Infection.
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