We are seeking a highly motivated Research Assistant (RA) to help with work related to tick sampling in south-central Indiana. Funded by the IU Grand Challenge Prepared for Environmental Change project, the RA will also be involved with other ongoing projects in the unit.
Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the principal investigator, the successful applicant will work with other members of the project team collecting tick samples at private residential areas in southcentral Indiana. Some travel and occasional multi-day trips may be required, so the research assistant needs a driver’s license and a clean driving record. A vehicle will be provided.
Desirable skills: Although the applicant need not have previous field work experience, the successful applicant should be comfortable working outdoors, in wooded and grassy areas, be well organized and detail-oriented, with strong analytical and interpersonal skills, and be able to work effectively with minimal supervision in the field as part of a larger research project. Additional training specific to work on these projects will be provided as necessary.
Duration of appointment: Hourly position, on a per semester basis, which can be extended to multiple semesters contingent upon satisfactory performance, and continued project funding.
To apply: please submit 1) a brief cover letter describing your research/educational background, why you're interested in the position and the date you are available to start, 2) a Resume, and 3) the names and contact information (including email addresses) of two references, to Dr. Oghenekaro Omodior (email:).
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A laboratory in the School of Medicine in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is looking for 1-2 undergraduate volunteers to assist with general lab protocols and research. Preferred candidates are first or
Our lab has two primary projects and employs a diverse set of experimental techniques. Initial experiments are focused on molecular biology including PCR, DNA purification, and mutagenesis. Students will also assist in the preparation of general lab solutions and routine experimental techniques.
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