Seeking a highly motivated individual for a full-time position as biologist/biochemist technologist with knowledge in roles of trophic factors and neuron-glia interactions.
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Assist the Principal Investigator in the design, execution and evaluation of laboratory research projects concerning the roles of trophic factors in neuron-glia interactions. Ensure compliance with laboratory safety regulations. Assist in the writing of manuscripts, reports and abstracts for presentation at meetings, or publication in scientific journals. Critically evaluate relevant literatures. Assist in writing of grant proposals for future related areas of independent investigation.
- Ph.D. in biology, neuroscience, cell biology or biochemistry, preferably with experience in neuron-glia interactions, cell biology, or molecular biology and immunohistochemistry. Extensive expertise in cell signaling, molecular biology, real time quantitative RT-PCR, working with genetically modified mice, anatomy and histology of the inner ear are highly desirable.
- Ability to work independently and to manage multiple research projects simultaneously.
- Strong oral and written communication skills are required.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work with others in a collaborative environment.
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