University of Virginia
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Job Number: 0610596
The Neurobiological Section of the Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences is seeking a Research Specialist. The incumbent assists the Principal Investigator with running study protocols for understanding biological mechanisms of addictions. The incumbent is responsible for recruitment and enrollment of research participants, facilitation of informed consent process, data collection, development and maintaining research database, data analysis and reporting, and coordinating daily operations of the research project. Incumbent is responsible for administering breath alcohol tests and performing DNA Genotyping of extracted blood samples. In addition, the incumbent assists with developing research presentations, literature searches for new projects and collaborates with other team members to further research study.
Position requires Bachelor's Degree with a minimum of one year of experience with scientific, experimentation and research techniques applicable to the branch of science involved. Student experience will be considered.
Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent
Not a Requirement
Some - up to 4 years
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Able to work with human subjects.
2. Ability to collect urine samples, and administer breath alcohol tests.
3. Ability to communicate effectively.
4. Working knowledge of the theory and application of the biological sciences and instrumentation related to field of assignment.
5. Ability to plan and execute tasks or experiments.
6. Ability to modify and develop laboratory procedures.
7. Ability to accurately interpret and report findings.
8. Ability to independently conduct laboratory experiments.
To be considered for this position please visit our web site and apply on line at the following link: jobs.virginia.edu
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