Thinking about medical school or molecular biology research as a future career possibility? Consider becoming a laboratory research technician in the Mostoslavsky Laboratory in the Center for Regenerative Medicine (CReM) and Boston University School of Medicine. Our work utilizes patient-derived stem cells to model genetic lung and liver diseases. You will learn a wide variety of techniques, including stem cell tissue culture, DNA and RNA extraction and manipulation, qPCR, protein analysis, cloning, and other molecular biology skills. Your time will primarily be spent performing experiments and you will work as part of a highly motivated, fun, and successful team in an outstanding environment! Lab experience helpful but not required. Position will be to start in July 2021 and a 2 year commitment is required. Learn more about the Mostoslavsky lab and the CReM at http://www.bu.edu/dbin/stemcells/ and www.mostoslavskylab.com.