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Graduate Lab Intern - Chang Lab

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Job Location
One Bungtown Road
Cold Spg Hbr, NY 11724
United States
Commensurate with experience

Comprehensive Benefits Package 

Job Description

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is seeking a highly motivated graduate lab intern candidate to assist in the area of Functional Genomics in the Laboratory of Dr. Kenneth Chang. The selected candidate will assist in a project involving CRISPR screens to study pancreatic cancer.

The duration for this position will be for one year.


Education requirements: Bachelors in Biology/Biochemistry/or equivalent required, Masters preferred.

Experience: Experience in mammalian cell culture, subcloning DNA, PCR.

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory provides a highly dynamic and interactive environment for scientific research. In addition, our Meetings and Courses program provides an opportunity for interacting with a broad range of researchers and exposure to timely advances in many areas of scientific research.

In additional all applicants must please apply to the position found here: Position ID: 02850-R

About Our Organization

Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is a world-renowned research and educational institution with programs in neuroscience, artificial intelligence, quantitative biology, bioinformatics, cancer and plant biology. Located on the North Shore of Long Island 30 miles from New York City, the Laboratory has a rich and successful research environment, as well as an innovative graduate school.

CSHL is an EO/AA Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status. VEVRAA Federal Contractor

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