Research Assistant, Department of Neuroscience Georgetown University Medical Center
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The Department of Neuroscience seeks a highly talented, innovative and enthusiastic Research Assistant
to provide technical assistance with experimental work on mechanisms of auditory perception and sensorimotor integration in animals to identify precursor mechanisms of language and music.
Reporting to the Lab's Director, the Research Assistant
has duties that include but are not limited to:
- Administers a histology project studying the brain connections between the auditory and motor systems
- Supports behavioral experiments in animals - assists in procedures, conducts observations, handles and trains experimental animals, and helps with data analysis
- Assists with recruitment and assistance with human fMRI work
- Possibly participates directly in research, dependent on their interest and abilities
- Bachelor of Arts in Cognitive Neuroscience, Physiology, Biophysics or a related field
- Ability to confidently handle and care for animals
- Computer capabilities
- Good manual dexterity/technical skills, problem-solving ability, and a proactive approach
Work Mode: On Campus.
- Master's degree or combination of advanced education and work experience
- Experience with awake behaving animals, electrophysiology, studies of the auditory system, fMRI, and/or computer programming - though training in specific tasks will be provided
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