Sr. Research Associate (Neuroscience) - Job ID:6616

Responsibilities of the Sr. Research Associate (Neuroscience):

  • Will be responsible for in vivo techniques (IV, IP, IM) and experiments in mouse models.
  • Will be responsible for data analysis for research studies supporting therapeutic programs.
  • Performing test article dosing via various administration routes, brain and tissue collection, and downstream analysis.
  • Perform data analyses and present data to scientific team.
  • Monitor health assessments and tissue collection.
 
Requirements of the Sr. Research Associate (Neuroscience):
  • A Bachelor’s Degree and 5+ years experience with in vivo pharmacology.
  • Must have experience with qPCR, ELISA, and Westerns.
  • The successful candidate will have extensive prior experience in drug discovery.
  • Must have neuroscience experience.
 
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