Reference #: 23003927
Grade:  T24
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The Kang lab in the Department of Neural Sciences and Shriners Hospitals Pediatric Research Center (also known as Center for Neural Repair and Rehabilitation) at Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Temple University, is seeking an Assistant Scientist to join the research team. The lab has numerous ongoing projects regarding myelin/ oligodendrocyte biology and pathophysiology in neurodegenerative diseases, such Alzheimer's disease, and myelin repair after brain injury.
The Assistant Scientist performs transgenic mice handling and brain sampling as well as basic histology work. The Assistant Scientist will learn and perform brain surgery that will induce traumatic brain injury. Performs immunofluorescence, confocal microscopy, and image analysis.
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in biology, neurobiology, or biomedical sciences and at least two years laboratory experience
Required Skills and Experience:
*  Wet-lab experience (6 months or more)
*  Experience in, or ability to learn, PCR and DNA electrophoresis
*  Experience in rodent handling (preferred)
*  Experience in any histological or simple protein methods (e.g., western blotting)
This is a grant funded position.
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Primary Location:Pennsylvania-Philadelphia-Health Sciences Campus (HSC)-Medical Education and Research Building

Shift:Day Job
Employee Status:Regular

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