The following are the functions essential to performing this job.
1. Conduct experiments using basic proteomics including protein-protein interaction and molecular biology including real-time PCR.
2. Experience with mouse models including immunohistochemistry.
3. Purchase and maintain research supplies and equipment, maintain laboratory stocks and records
4. Provide technical and scientific guidance to (under)graduate students in the laboratory
The ideal candidate will have experience in intraperitoneal injections to mice and behavioral neuroscience (cross-beam, pole and open-field test) or at least willing to learn new techniques.
1. Education: PhD degree in Neuroscience preferred, but a PhD in other biomedical discipline can be acceptable
2. Successful experience: carrying out experiments and analyzing data (statistical analysis) in molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology, immunohistochemistry, and other related area.
The criteria for evaluation in this position include, but are not limited to the following:
1. Ability to work productively with (under)graduate students in research as well as to train and mentor them effectively
2. Persistence and creative effort in carrying out experiments using mouse models, cell culture system, and proteomics or molecular biology to elucidate mechanisms associated with the pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease.
Company Order Number: 2245