Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Position Type : Full Time
Reporting to the Professor and Scientific Director, this position will be responsible for the operations of the Lab’s research portfolio. As a member of the leadership team, you will oversee the in-house, day-to-day research conducted in by a team of researchers, as well as externally-funded research projects. The ideal candidate has a PhD in Neuroscience with significant prior research experience collecting and analyzing data from nonhuman primates, as well as experience overseeing the training of other researchers.
Duties include: -Oversee day-to-day research project management, coordinate the activities of each research project and support team members. -Develop, plan and organize all aspects of training, supervising and participating with researchers to collect data, including post-doctoral fellows, PhD students and research specialists. -Create and oversee operational procedures for data management including software infrastructures, user interfaces, data type development. -Evaluate and implement large-scale data processing architectures. -Create rich data visualizations to present complex ideas. Writing reports on research findings for publication. -Write and manage IACUC protocol and grant proposals, assist PI with short-term and long-term project goals and priorities.
Internal Number: 44835
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