Job ID: 2018-9422 Type: Full-Time # of Openings: 1 Category: Research and Laboratory Princeton University
Research Specialist II – Nectow Lab
A Research Specialist position is available in the Princeton Neuroscience Institute at Princeton University. The lab focuses on the neurobiology of energy balance, with a particular emphasis on the molecular and neural circuit mechanisms underlying appetite and energy expenditure.
This is a one-year position with the possibility of renewal contingent upon funding availability and performance.
Masters or Professional degree; or Bachelors degree with a minimum of 2 years post-baccalaureate lab experience.
Significant experience with advanced techniques in neuroscience (stereotaxic mouse surgery, behavior, and immunohistochemistry), as well as excellent organizational skills.
Significant experience in molecular biology is desired, but not required.
This position is subject to the University's background check policy.
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Internal Number: 109099712
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