Research Scientist in Pharmacology (Abbott Lab)
Job location: Charlottesville, VA
Employment Type: Full-time
Posted data: 2021-01-04
The Department of Pharmacology, at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, seeks a Research Scientist to work in the lab of Dr. Stephen Abbott. The successful candidate will join an NIH-funded project to investigate the neural circuits controlling circulatory function using viral vectors and genetically targeted optogenetic modulation and imaging of neurons.
- Candidates must possess a MD or PhD in Physiology, Neuroscience, or a related field by the start date of the position.
- 3 Years of previous lab experience
- At least 2 first-author publications in a peer-reviewed journal
- Previous experience handling rodents
This position involves designing and conducting research projects, presenting at national/international conferences, and writing manuscripts.
Salary is set according to NIH guidelines.
The selected candidate will be required to complete a background check prior to their first day of employment per University policy.
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This position requires frequent walking and standing for prolonged periods on wood or concrete, repetitive motion, frequent use of both hands and use of either hand, independently, frequent fine finger manipulations: keyboarding, and frequent wrist movement: twisting or rotating.
Comfortable handling animals.
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