Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
40% Data collection: implementation of behavioral protocols, basic programming for task design, hardware maintenance, development of automated calibration procedures, and exploration of new analysis procedures
40% Analysis: another component of the position will be data analysis of incoming data, including developing protocols to streamline the workflow related to this project, maintaining a database of existing data, and interacting with the research team collecting new data
20% Assistance with ongoing orthopedic surgical procedures
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials
Bachelors Degree or a combination of related education and work experience to equal four years.
Either: (1) familiarity with methods of single unit electrophysiology, including collection and analysis of data or (2) familiarity with computer vision, motion tracking, or big data.
Familiarity with basic animal husbandry, familiarity with NHPs, behavioral training of large animals
Internal Number: 340531
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