Technical Associate I, Neuroscience
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TECHNICAL ASSOCIATE I, NEUROSCIENCE, McGovern Institute for Brain Research (2 openings), to join the laboratory of Professor Guoping Feng and study neurobiological mechanisms of brain disorders that will lead to effective treatment. Will use a variety of molecular, cellular, biochemical, genetic, imaging, and behavioral approaches to assist graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and research scientists in generating and studying various animal models of neurodevelopmental disorders and psychiatric disorders. Will also be involved in other aspects of research projects including data collection, data analysis, project and collaboration management, animal protocol preparation, animal surgery, and manuscript preparation.
REQUIRED: a bachelor’s degree in animal sciences, biology, neuroscience, computer science, or a related field; at least two years of lab research experience; strong knowledge of molecular biology, genome editing, and transgenic animal models; extensive training in molecular and cellular methods, genetics, animal behavior analysis, and CRISPR technology; excellent organizational and communication skills; initiative; meticulous attention to detail; ability to demonstrate flexibility in a fast-paced environment. Job #18705
Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including occasional weekends.
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