1) Under general supervision of the PI and Operations Manager, provides technical support for a research laboratory by performing multiple basic laboratory techniques independently.
2) Follows and independently troubleshoots prescribed procedures to ensure accurate collection and analysis of laboratory samples or research data.
3) Utilizes routine and specialized research methods to achieve established research objectives. May assist in evaluating existing methods and objectives.
4) Under supervision of the PI, candidate will manage educational website development and content uploading.
5) Participate in the analysis of historical research surrounding cerebral blood flow in cerebral compression, cardiac arrest and cerebral air embolism.
6) Assist in digitalizing neurosurgery educational tools.
7) Assist in data gathering and development of manuscripts and book chapters.
1) Basic knowledge in the biological sciences or chemistry
2) Knowledge of research techniques or methods
3) Problem-solving skills
4) Attention to detail
5) Organizational skills
6) Ability to learn new research techniques or methods
7) Ability to work independently and as part of a team
8) Knowledge of Microsoft Office
9) Analytical skills
10) Verbal and written communication skills
11) Knowledge in relevant scientific field required
12) Knowledge of regulatory policies and procedures
13) Familiarity with grant preparation
14) Ability to train others
1) Bachelor's Degree in relevant field.
2) Cover Letter
3) Reference Contact Information
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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