Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Job Duties 80% - Experimental work: literature review, experimental design, collection of data (rodent behavior or whole-cell patch-clamp recordings), data analysis and management, training of new lab personnel in experimental procedures. Experimental duties to be completed primarily independently with minimal supervision from PI. Experimental duties have a direct impact on critical lab research project outcomes.
20% - Data dissemination and communication: data visualization, writing and revising peer-reviewed journal articles, data presentation at local and national conferences, weekly meetings with supervisor and other lab members
Required Qualifications Advanced Degree with one or more years of research training. Demonstrated technical expertise in rodent behavioral pharmacology and whole-cell patch-clamp recording from neurons in acute brain slices
Preferred Qualifications PhD in Neuroscience, with at least three years of post-doctoral research experience Two years professional experience training and supervising undergraduate and graduate students, strong technical writing skills evidenced by first-authored peer-reviewed publications
Internal Number: 339124
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