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|Neurological Sciences 50001975
|College of Medicine
|As directed by supervisor
|No remote/telecommuting opportunity
This position will be a member of the group studying basic mechanisms of autoimmune epilepsy. The position will perform work with laboratory animals, including surgery, injections, behavioral testing, tissue collection and autopsies. Additional responsibilities will include performing general molecular biology assays (PCR), protein detection assays (ELISA, Western blot), immunohistochemistry and microscopy.
|Research - Non Academic
|Research Technologist I
|Research Technologist L1
|B1 - REG MGR PROF SALARY
|$40,000 - $60,000/annual
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Good written and verbal communication skills, ability to pay attention to detail and strong organizational skill.
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Experience in laboratory research
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|February 1, 2024