Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
Roles & Responsibilities:
Autism BrainNet is a brain banking initiative covering the contiguous United States and the UK dedicated to collecting post-mortem brain tissue from individuals with ASD as well as neurotypical controls for research.
- Support outreach activities
- Participate in regular staff meetings
- Interface with vendors, medical professionals, medical examiners, funeral homes and representatives from organ procurement organizations
- Work in cooperation with the Clinical Director to coordinate the shipping of fresh, fixed, and frozen human brain tissue
- Process fresh human brains according to protocol
- Support the database development by entering relevant case information
- Work in cooperation with the Science Program Officer to section and ship tissue approved for distribution
- Track existing cases as they are consented, processed, stored and distributed
- Education: BA or BS in biological sciences with an interest in neuroscience
- Proficiency in interpersonal relations
- High organizational ability
- Ability to work in a team
- Minimum of three months of laboratory research experience
- Experience with dissection
- Flexible hours to accommodate unpredictability of receiving donations
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