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Research Technician

Applications for this vacancy closed on 25 April 2014 at 12:00PM
This Research Technician will provide specialist technical support and conduct
original collaborative research as part of a multidisciplinary scientific
programme that is designed to elucidate the function of basal ganglia neurons
in the rodent brain.

In addition to a BSc or equivalent undergraduate degree in a relevant area of
biological research, candidates should have a track record in laboratory
technician work and/or research experience in the field of neuroscience. The
postholder will be required to play a key role in the daily organisation and
running of the host laboratory, as well as to contribute to the research
programme by undertaking experiments in rodents that entail the use of
anatomical, surgical and behavioural approaches. Candidates are expected to be
team players, able to work as part of a group and independently, and to have
excellent communication skills. A well-developed ability to manage time and
multitask is also essential.

The post is offered on a 5-year, fixed-term contract basis and is funded by
the Wellcome Trust.

The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 25 April 2014.

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MRC Anatomical Neuropharmacology Unit, Department of Pharmacology, Mansfield Road, Oxford
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2014-04-25 12:00:00+01:00
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2014-03-18 13:08:49+00:00
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This Research Technician will provide specialist technical support and conduct
original collaborative research as part of a multidisciplinary scientific
programme that is designed to elucidate the function of basal ganglia neurons
in the rodent brain.

In addition to a BSc or equivalent undergraduate degree in a relevant area of
biological research, candidates should have a track record in laboratory
technician work and/or research experience in the field of neuroscience. The
postholder will be required to play a key role in the daily organisation and
running of the host laboratory, as well as to contribute to the research
programme by undertaking ...
This Research Technician will provide specialist technical support and conduct original collaborative research as part of a multidisciplinary scientific programme that is designed to elucidate the function of basal ganglia neurons in the rodent brain.

In addition to a BSc or equivalent undergraduate degree in a relevant area of biological research, candidates should have a track record in laboratory technician work and/or research experience in the field of neuroscience. The postholder will be required to play a key role in the daily organisation and running of the host laboratory, as well as to contribute to the research programme by undertaking ...
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Research Technician
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