The technician B will provide support to a laboratory studying the neurovascular system in health and disease. Responsibilities include maintenance of mouse colonies, providing assistance for live animal experiments, data analysis.
The technician B will join a laboratory which studies the developing and adult neurovascular system in health and disease. Responsibilities will include maintenance of experimental mouse colonies, providing assistance for live animal experiments, biochemical, molecular and immunohistochemical experiments and analyses. Analyses utilize software analysis of digital data.
Additional responsibilities include maintaining lab equipment, assisting in ordering reagents, and managing lab facilities.
35% - Works on research project(s) with assigned postdoctoral research scientist/fellow/graduate student(s).
25% - maintains mouse colony
20% - Performs experiments of common interest to laboratory (reagent optimization, protocol testing).
15% - Contributes to overall organization of lab tasks and responsibilities.
5% - Performs other related duties necessary to the functioning of the laboratory.
Bachelor's degree in chemistry, biology or physics or related science or equivalent in education, training and experience
Background in applied mathematics for image and data analysis. Prior experience with mouse husbandry.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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