Research Scientist (part-time), Neuroscience Lab Georgetown University Medical Canter
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is a priority mission of the Georgetown University Medical Center, and Neuroscience Lab also provides help for electrophysiology studies for many research groups in the GUMC, as evidenced by numerous co-PI-ed grant applications. The Neuroscience Lab hosts 2-3 thesis students and 1-2 master students annually.
The Research Scientist
keeps the Neuroscience Lab in good order and condition, directly affecting the quality of collaboration and student thesis. Reporting to the Principal Investigator, the Research Specialist's duty performance allows the PI to devote time to research, grant applications and academia publications and.
Reporting to Lab's Principal Investigator, the Research Scientist
must apply consistent and absolute attention to detail. Any small errors (e.g., a bit of detergent left on a bottle or an inaccurate weight of a reagent) may lead to a wrong conclusion of the experiment or waste days of time for the research project. Therefore, an appreciation for - and dedication to - performance excellence in all within the biology wet lab is paramount.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:Experiments
- Assists the Principal Investigator in experiments
- Prepares ice and solutions
- Keeps track of breeding animal colonies
- Checks mice 1 to 2 times per week
- Washes glassware
- Orders chemicals and supplies
- Copies data to the lab database
- Maintains the lab record
High school diplomaPreferred qualifications
Work Mode: Hybrid 4 Days.
- 5+ years of experience in biological/ molecular biology/neuroscience laboratories
- Experience of maintaining transgenic mouse colonies
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