For Research Specialist A: Conduct and troubleshoot experiments pertaining to the physiology of nuclear hormone receptors in mouse models. Assist with routine laboratory duties and equipment maintenance, the position requires the daily handling of mice to ascertain weight and obtain blood samples. Careful tracking and record keeping of the mouse colonies. Genotyping of mice. Experimental procedures to determine metabolite levels in blood as well as various protein expressions.
For Research Specialist B: In addition to performing the tasks listed above, the candidate will be expected to analyze and present data as well as help troubleshoot experiments under the limited supervision of senior research staff.
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