This Technician B position has been created to support and assist in the conduct of new research projects in developmental neuroscience led by Drs. Martha Welch and Dani Dumitriu.
Assist in the development of new projects and grant applications, in collaboration with the PI.
Participate in the ordering of lab supplies, lab management and data analysis.
Data analysis and basic bioinformatic analysis of laboratory experiments.
Participate in molecular biology experiments
Help manage the maintenance of clean and organized work space.
Organize a large number of biological specimens.
Requires a bachelor's degree in Biology, Biochemistry or related science or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Proven track record of working efficiently and independently with exceptional problem-solving abilities.
Strong background in in-vivo rodent manipulations and physiological recordings
Knowledge of immunohistochemistry and cellular-based asssays
Ability to work in a team and supervise student
Good writing skills and excellent interpersonal skills will also be highly regarded.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 500666
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