The Steinel lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at UMass Lowell has an exciting opportunity for a Laboratory Technician. The Steinel lab uses the threespine stickleback fish system to study comparative (fish) immunology, B cell biology, evolution of the adaptive immune system, and host pathogen interactions. This position is ideal for a candidate seeking to obtain additional research experience prior to entering graduate school in the life/biomedical sciences, medical/dental/veterinary school, or biotech industry. We are seeking an enthusiastic, motivated, organized, and responsible individual to perform fish husbandry/care, manage the lab, and conduct independent research. Technicians have the opportunity to present their independent research at conferences and earn authorship on scientific papers.
The Steinel lab is a collaborative environment, and we support each other’s projects and professional development. The chosen candidate will help support and grow this inclusive environment and will be expected to work with a diverse team of scientists.
See link below for full job listing and requirements
Start date: Spring/early Summer 2023
Application review begins 3/13, please submit ASAP to be considered.