The role involves independent and collaborative development of scientific research programs in the lab. To this end, responsibilities include planning experiments, managing animal husbandry and care for experimental animals, and performing laboratory tasks involving the development and application of scientific research methods and techniques (e.g., histology, behavioral experimentation, surgical procedures, machine learning, imaging, and analysis). The role also includes writing code for experiments and analysis pipelines and performing statistical analysis for reporting in grants and papers. Other duties include the maintenance of the laboratory facilities, equipment, and instruments, and training/managing of direct reports
Minimum Education and Experience:
PhD necessary, field of neuroscience and spinal cord injury. Ability to work with deep lab cut. Grant writing skills
Posting Number: 21FA0839
Location: Busch (RU-New Brunswick)
Internal Number: 136911
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