Date Posted: Mar 6, 2019
Job Summary/Basic Function:
Postdoctoral Researcher position is designed for a PhD to provide further training in biomedical research. The individual(s) will assist Dr. Travers in the design, and conducting research studies. The individual(s) will be expected to also assist in the writing of manuscripts and eventually competing for small (training) grants.
PhD in biomedical field. Applicant to have the required degree at time of hire.
At least 3 years of experience in science (could be part of PhD training).
Knowledge and experience in tissue culture.
Animal work preferred but not necessary.
Essential Functions and percent of time:
70% Planning and conducting research involving cells/mice based upon the PI’s funded studies.
10% Writing manuscripts
10% Attending seminars or other educational pursuits
10% Supervising masters or rotating students
Essential Functions and percent of time (cont'd):
Non-Essential Functions and percent of time:
Hazardous materials (chemicals and possibly working with de-identified human samples and mice.
Grant funded position with continuation dependent on funding.
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