The primary purpose of this Research Assistant position is to carry out various supervised activities in the Opthalmology laboratory. The ideal candidate will have a zest for a career in research. The lab studies cornea biology and the position will provide exposure in this and related fields.
Analyzes single cell RNA sequencing data on specimens collected in a sponsored clinical trial.
Records and analyzes mouse dry eye model research.
Confocal microscopy of conjunctiva and cornea in mouse dry eye model research.
Prepares supplies and forms used in a sponsored clinical trial.
Requires skills in mathematics, data collection, preparation of tables and graphs, preparation of solutions, immunostaining and confocal microscopy.
Bachelor's degree in a Basic Science or a related field.
Three years of relevant experience.
Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer.
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