Research Technician

Updated: 24 days ago
Deadline: 09 Apr 2021

The Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI) in Amsterdam is a Comprehensive Cancer Centre combining a hospital and research laboratories in a single independent organization. The group of Benjamin Rowland works in the Division of Cell Biology focussing on chromosome biology. 

How can meters of DNA fit in a small nucleus?
Which proteins are involved in genome organisation?
And how do these proteins interact together to accomplish this?
Are you interested in these questions and do you want to dive into this? We have a vacancy for you!
We are looking for a Research technician whose interest lies in fundamental research. You will be part of a team and are responsible for a part of the research line. Together with your colleagues you will determine the design of the experiments, perform the execution and you will discuss the results. The experiments will mostly be of a biochemical or (cell) biological approach, as also genomics-based experiments as Hi-C and ChIP-seq will be performed. Beside experimental tasks, you are also involved in the ordering and in the maintenance of the equipment. We are looking for an enthusiastic person, which is eager to learn and is willing to take this challenge with us. 

You will be working in the division of Cell Biology, in the group of Benjamin Rowland. The research will focus on chromosome biology, and specifically on proteins that are involved in genome organization and how they are regulated.

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