Technical Assoc I
Provides direct research support in a large Neuroscience laboratory.
In accordance with broadly-outlined objectives, requirements, and approaches, plans and conducts technical procedures, non-routine and complex in nature. Is responsible for the specialized animal colony maintenance, management, and documentation, including but not limited to the reproduction and maintenance of multiple, scientifically discrete transgenic and mutant animal colonies
Maintains complex databases of mouse colony pairing and lineages and reproductive data. Genotypes mice using Polymerase Chain Reactions (PCR) techniques.
Performs specialized animal procedures including medication administration, mouse perfusion, and extraction of experimental tissue.
Prepares charts, graphs, tables, illustrations, and photographs; may assist in preparation of materials for publication.
Acts as a liaison between vivarium and lab on animal colony matters. Works with staff to ensure compliance and university and federal laboratory animal and safety regulations
Other projects and job duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in biological discipline or related field required.
One year of applicable experience in laboratory setting. Or equivalent combination of education and experience required.
4-5 years specialized experience involving direct assistance to researchers preferred.
Prior animal care preferred.
Applicants should be organized, self-motivated, and capable of working independently in a collaborative setting.
Strong attention to details, analytical, communication (including written communication), organizational and computer skills.
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Pay Range: $ 37,000 - $ 64,100 Annually
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Location: School of Medicine & Dentistry
Full/Part Time: Full-Time