The Department of Neuroscience at Baylor College of Medicine is seeking applicants for a research technician position. The technician will work in a multi-disciplinary team to study new mouse models of neurodevelopmental disorders and develop gene therapies for these disorders. The technician will have the opportunity to perform a variety of techniques in molecular biology, mouse genetics, mouse behavior, histology, imaging, and electrophysiology. The technician will also be encouraged to independently carry out a research project.
Prepares and conducts laboratory research experiments.
Collects, compiles and analyzes data
Conducts literature searches and summarizes information in an appropriate format for a particular study.
Documents results of experiments.
Selects, evaluates and applies techniques used in routine research.
Orders laboratory supplies and equipment.
Performs other job related duties as assigned.
Education Required: Bachelor's degree in a Basic Science or related field. Four years of related experience may substitute for degree requirement.
Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer.
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