Biological Systems and Engineering Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
DNA repair, protein complexes, protein-protein interactions, recombinant protein expression technologies from vector constructions to protein purification
My lab is an integral part of a multi-investigator (24) and multi-institutional (18) Program Project with interdisciplinary efforts optimized to meet extreme challenges of characterizing transient and dynamic protein complexes and conformations that control the assembly and function of DNA repair machines. We are a team-based, interactive, collaborative, and energetic research group that specialize in advanced cloning, expression and protein purification technologies to support and provide consistent, high quality key reagents (including vectors, proteins and cell products) and protein partnership information to jump-start Project and Program efforts.
Junior or senior standing, taken chemistry and biology lectures and lab courses, familiar with wet lab settings; punctual, organized, reliable, communicative, responsive, inquisitive, attention to detail, independent, team player
Expected time commitment
15-20 hours per week or 3 days a week (5-6 hours each day), 10-12 weeks
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