Facilitate and promote ongoing research projects through scientific and intellectual contributions.
A strong commitment to both self-directed and guided research is important. Â
Coordinate work with other scientists in the laboratory and collaborate effectively on joint research projects.
Recognize abnormal results and troubleshoot conditions or protocols to correct problems.
Must adapt existing procedures to current work needs and make significant contributions/innovations to methodology.
Summarize and present results, prepare scientific manuscripts and attend seminars/meetings related to work.
Lead and direct research assistants and/or students in learning procedures and techniques.
Collaborates on development of new research projects with academic and community-based organizations.
May present work at scientific meetings.
Performs other related work as needed.
PhD or M.D. degree in the biological/physiological sciences or a relevant field. Â
Experience working with rodents (mice and rats) is desirable.
Knowledge in enzyme kinetics analysis.
Knowledge of computers that includes excel and statistics. Â
Knowledge in relevant scientific field.
Knowledge of research techniques or methods.
Knowledge of regulatory policies and procedures.
Attention to detail.
Verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office. Â
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