Research Specialist B will work in the area of neurotrauma and neuroscience research using large animal models. Experiments include large animal neurosurgery, electrophysiology, animal behavior and imaging. Other tasks will include maintenance of logs and lab reports, biological specimen catalogs, and coordination of experimental scheduling. This position will also assist in preparing manuscripts, protocols, provide data for reports and grants, and may oversee and train students and research specialists with less experience.
Position is contingent on continued funding.
Internal Number: 35952
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