The incumbent for this position will provide support for an ongoing research project investigating the effects of maternal nutrition on offspring brain development and behavior in a nonhuman primate (NHP) model, including participating in studies that require direct in vivo work with NHPs; participation in ongoing laboratory experiments, with an emphasis on data management, processing and analysis, molecular and immunohistochemistry techniques and tissue sectioning is required. NHP work will involve participating in behavior tests and executing statistical and graphical analysis of current and past data sets. This position will require working weekends, holidays, and extended hours at times, as required by the scope of the position. This position requires a hardworking, dedicated individual who can follow directions and work independently. High level of self-motivation and integrity is essential.
As the state's only health and research university, OHSU brings together patient care, research, education of the next generation of health care providers and scientists and community service to improve the health and well-being of all Oregonians.The university is a conduit for learning for more than 2,800 students, providing training to interns, residents and fellows in postgraduate medical and research. It is the only place in Oregon that grants doctoral degrees in medicine, dentistry and nursing. OHSU cares for more than 251,000 patients each year from around the region and takes a leadership role in contributing to solutions involving the health of the state and the nation, such as health care access and transparency, ethics and workforce shortage. Beyond providing critical health care services, quality education and cutting-edge research, OHSU also is a key economic and social force in the Northwest. With an annual operating budget of $2.06 billion and more than 14,000 employees, OHSU is Portland?s largest employer. Its size contributes to its ability to provide... many services and community support activities not found anywhere else in Oregon. For more information visit http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/about/index.cfm