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The Department of Nutritional Sciences & Toxicology (NST) focuses on the metabolic biology of nutrients and toxicants in relation to human health and disease.
Our research and curriculum span a breadth of topics, from the delivery of nutrients to mammalian cells and their molecular functions, through the influence of genetics on diet-associated human disease, to programs and policies that address human and environmental health and safety. We invite you to explore our academic programs and encourage you to pursue a course of study in the exciting and vital disciplines of Metabolic Biology and Molecular Toxicology.
Application Review Date
The First Review Date for this job is: August 17, 2022
Culture and expansion of multiple human iPSC lines.
Differentiation of human iPSC lines toward adipocytes.
Differentiation of human iPSC lines toward macrophages.
Record keeping, coordination with team members, training and trouble shooting.
Hands-on laboratory research experience.
Experience with sterile techniques and mammalian cell culture.
Preferred, but not required recent BS or BA degree in the biological sciences and/or equivalent training or experience.
Salary & Benefits
This is a full-time, limited (temporary) role for 1 year.
This position is a non-exempt, bi-weekly paid position. Hourly pay for this role is commensurate with experience.
Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying. Please upload the document in the Resume section, then skip the (optional) Cover Letter upload section.
This position is governed by the terms and conditions in the agreement for the Technical Unit (TX) between the University of California and the University Professional and Technical Employees (UPTE). The current bargaining agreement manual can be found at:
In the TX Contract, Article 31, B. Limited Appointments: "The automatic conversion to career status, as provided in Section B.2. above, will not occur when c. The funding for the position is "one time" funding, of eighteen (18) months or less."
Equal Employment Opportunity
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