Posting DetailsJob TitleResearch AnalystRequisition NumberRE23888Working TitleDepartment Name7H016:SPINAL CORD & BRAIN INJURY RESWork LocationLexington, KYGrade Level42Salary Range$16.49-26.38/hourType of PositionStaffPosition Time Status Full-TimeRequired Education
MSClick here for more information about equivalencies:http://www.uky.edu/hr/employment/working-uk/equivalenciesRequired Related Experience
No experience required.Required License/Registration/Certification
Requires routine handling of objects up to 20 pounds, some standing or walking for extended period of time.Shift
8 hours a day on a weekday, some evenings and weekends as necessaryJob Summary
The Chen Lab is in the Spinal Cord & Brain Injury Research Center in the University of Kentucky. We study how glial cells contribute to the repair of the central nervous system, by using a combination of mouse genetics, experimental central nervous system (CNS) injury models, mouse behavioral assays, and cellular and molecular biology. We are seeking highly motivated, enthusiastic, and collaborative candidates. Main responsibilities include mouse colony maintenance, laboratory organization, performance of in vitro and in vivo experiments, recording/analyzing experimental data, and overseeing student assistants. Experience with mouse work is highly desired (e.g., mouse colony maintenance, genotyping, surgery, tissue preparation). Experience with any of the following is preferred: cell culture, microscopy, histology, cellular and molecular techniques.Skills / Knowledge / Abilities
Microsoft Office, Graphpad Prism.Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? NoPreferred Education/Experience
Bachelor’s degree in life sciences, or chemistry preferred.
Research in biological sciences is required.Experience with mouse work, molecular biology, histology, and/or microscopy preferred.
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