The Research Associate is the entry-level research professional position. Appointees will support research activities at the University. The Research Associate will understand and interpret research protocols and procedures
In this role, you will be responsible for maintaining mice colony, including mice inventory, PCR and mice database management and will work with other fellows in my lab to conduct confocal imaging and bone marrow transplantation for the experimental mice.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for performing general tasks associated with animal monitoring and maintenance of the laboratory's mouse colony as well as performing general lab maintenance.
The successful candidate will conduct research on the use of ocean and air-sea flux observations to improve ocean coupling in hurricane prediction models with the overarching goal of improving intensity prediction. This work will involve two approaches.
In this role, the successful candidate will prepare written and oral reports, answer questions, troubleshoot and make recommendations to the supervisor for inclusion in comprehensive reports on test findings.
In this role, you will work with scientist in the Physical Oceanography Division of the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
The position requires excellent mouse handling skills and interest for basic research. The purpose of this position is not only to have the appointee be working on the gnotobiotic facility but also participate in the ongoing research projects in Dr. Abreu's research laboratory.
The Senior Laboratory Animal Technician will be responsible for: Animal husbandry (coordination with veterinary technicians in charge of animal husbandry) and associated technical procedures such as tail clipping, animal identification, weaning and collection of routine diagnostic samples.