The laboratory of Dr. David Pellman at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute/Harvard Medical School has an opening for a research technician to begin in the summer of 2011. The lab works on two interrelated areas: the cell cycle control of mitosis and the relation between genome stability and cancer. The technician will primarily focus on a project related to cancer, aneuploidy and blood development. Additional information on the lab is available here. The minimum requirements for the position include a BA/BS, prior lab experience and a two year commitment. To apply, contact [email protected] with a resume, cover letter, up-to-date transcript and contact information for three references.