Ph. D, M.D, D.O., or D.V.M in related field and no experience required.
Conducts innovative scientific investigation by developing theories and devising scientific methods and procedures to apply scientific principles, theories and research in projects related to the mission of UTMB. Committed to the discovery of new innovative biomedical and health services knowledge leading to increasingly effective and accessible health care. Evaluates, selects, and applies standard scientific techniques and procedures while using judgment when necessary to adapt standard methods and techniques.
This position supports irregular hours that may include working evening, nights, and weekends.
From $38,168.00 To $45,900.00 Annually
Specific Job Related Duties
With minimal supervision, designs and performs routine and non-routine research assignments and experiments of moderate and high complexity.
Makes modifications to research procedures for review by the Principal Investigator.
Maintains records of all tests performed and data collected, provides analysis of results and writes advanced drafts of scientific publications.
Plans, coordinates, provides setup and conducts research following the goals set by the Principal Investigator.
Applicant will design and perform experiments, collect, organize, analyze, and interpret data.
Write advance drafts of manuscripts. Present at scientific meetings.
Please apply at http://hr.utmb.edu/careers/ job opening # 25596
Ability to work independently.
Expertise in rodent models of stroke and neurotrauma.
Familiarly with the mammalian brain and injury models is required.
The candidate will have a broad spectrum of skills in molecular and cellular biology, protein chemistry and in different models of brain injury.
Publications in a relevant area of study preferred.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution which proudly values diversity. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.