SRA 3 - Spinal Cord Injury Research - 119941
#119941 SRA 3 - Spinal Cord Injury ResearchExtended Deadline: Fri 4/7/2023
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Under faculty guidance, incumbent will autonomously maintain and manage a research lab that studies axon regeneration and spinal cord repair. Incumbent will independently perform a variety of experimental procedures across several distinct areas of expertise, including mouse colony management, brain and spinal cord surgeries, post-operative care, various behavioral analyses focusing on sensorimotor functions, tissue dissection and processing, histology and immunohistochemistry, microscopy, data quantification, molecular biology and cell cultures. The incumbent needs to be able to make minor repairs of instruments, contribute original ideas to research, write substantial part of the animal and other lab protocols, and contribute to writing parts of manuscripts and grants.
Theoretical knowledge of Biology, Chemistry, or Neuroscience, or equivalent education and experience.
Demonstrated ability to perform a variety of experimental procedures.
Proficiency in molecular biology techniques, including PCR.
Skill in accurate record keeping. Ability to organize/analyze/calculate data and produce results in graphic or visual formats.
Proven ability to perform histological procedures such as perfusion, tissue sectioning, staining, and coverslipping, and solution preparation.
Proven ability in handling and preparation of solutions, chemicals, and drugs.
Ability to follow protocols precisely, and ability to troubleshoot protocols.
Ability to troubleshoot equipment, make minor repairs and modify existing equipment and devices.
Demonstrated ability to operate general laboratory equipment including Balance, pH meter, and centrifuge.
Excellent interpersonal skills including tact, diplomacy and flexibility with the ability to work in a team framework in conjunction with principles of community with Principal Investigator, researchers, staff, and others. Ability to take initiative and participate in consultations and discussions regarding procedures, sharing knowledge, and willingness to learn from others.
Excellent verbal, written, and electronic communication skills that facilitate professional, effective, and courteous interaction with a diverse population.
Strong computer skills using MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email system, and a variety of web-based programs. Ability to create and maintain databases, perform standard computer tasks, learn new programs/applications with minimal direction, proficient experience with Macintosh and P.C. platforms.
Knowledge to read and use Material Safety Data Sheet's. Knowledge of basic lab equipment, maintenance, and safety requirements/procedures; EH&S regulations and methods for handling, clean-up, and waste disposal for biohazardous materials.
- Must be willing to work with mice, including euthanizing mice and post-operative care.
- Must be willing to work evenings and/or weekends as needed to accommodate experiments.
- Must be willing to work with hazardous materials.
- Must be willing to sac mice, including pups.
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Annual Full Pay Range: $62,324 - $100,220 (will be prorated if the appointment percentage is less than 100%)
Hourly Equivalent: $29.85 - $48.00
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