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Associate Researcher, Neurosciences
Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
Associate Researcher is an entry laboratory research position, responsible for
conduct of routine and assisting in routine and standardized experiments using
techniques specific to the assigned research project under the supervision of
the Principal Investigator or a senior researcher. This individual typically
conducts laboratory research and the position may include lab and clerical
support. S/he analyzes and assists in interpreting research outcomes.
We are currently seeking a highly motivated and talented technician to assist with research focusing on understanding the role of Alzheimer’s disease genes in myeloid cells like brain microglia. The technician will work together with Dr. Edoardo Marcora and Dr. Alison Goate research teams to support ongoing studies including establishment of in vitro cellular models of disease-relevant myeloid functions and in vivo phenotypic characterization of myeloid cells from genetically engineered mice. The candidate will be expected to independently carry out essential research functions in the laboratory that include but are not limited to: maintenance and treatment of research animals (mice), tissue harvesting, tissue dissociation and cell isolation, primary and standard cell culture, flow cytometry and microscopy studies, molecular and cell biological assays, NGS and imaging data analysis. In addition, the candidate will be expected to make presentations at lab meetings as well as write up methods and materials, results, figure legends and constructing figures for grant proposals, progress reports, and manuscripts. The successful applicant will be included as an author on publications derived from this work.
Other duties as assigned.
- Education: Bachelor Degree in Biology, Biotechnology, Neurobiology, Psychology or related fields
- Strong motivation to work in Alzheimer’s disease research
- Basic biological research laboratory skills
- Quantitative analytical skills (statistics, research methods)
- Ability to learn new technical skills quickly and to work independently under general supervision
- Ability to summarize and report experimental results to supervisor and research group in the form of written reports or audiovisual presentations
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