The successful candidate will: (1) direct multiple neuropharmacology and neuromodulation research projects, taking the lead role in project conceptualization, experimental design and execution, and publishing of relevant findings, (2) train and mentor students and postdoctoral trainees, as well as support staff, in a research lab setting, (3) manage an institutional service core that provides custom viral vector production services to the local and external biomedical research community, assuming the primary role in client interactions and technique optimization, and (4) contribute on an as-needed basis to the service mission of the Department of Pharmacology.
Required Qualifications: Minimum requirements are a PhD with at least five years of relevant postdoctoral training
Preferred Qualifications: Demonstrable success with: a) interdisciplinary and “team-based” research, b) proficiency with state-of-the-art techniques in neuropharmacology, neuromodulation, and viral vector production, c) experience with managing an institutional service core, and d) mentoring young scientists. Job Description:
Internal Number: 329874
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