Pharmacology and Systems Physiology
College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati
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Experiments in the lab are generally focused on nerve regeneration, although recently are also looking at immune cells.
- Perform various duties in a biomedical research laboratory.
- Learn how to take care of and maintain mammalian cells under cell culture conditions.
- Help with preparation for and execution of experiments, which will involve making chemical solutions, doing assays and working on staining of slides of mammalian tissues.
- Assist with photographs on a research microscope and then use image analysis software to count or measure cellular features in the images.
- Maintain and modify records of experiments and lab methods, clean dishes, keep the lab tidy and prepare for experiments
Minimum Qualifications: Must be enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours per semester for undergraduate students or at least one (1) credit hour per semester for graduate students. Must have a FEDERAL WORK STUDY award for the 2020 Academic year.
Preferred Qualifications: Biology majors (i.e., Biology, Med-Sci or Neuroscience) are preferred but not required.
Application Process: Complete an Applicant Profile and upload your Resume, then apply to Requisition # 40307 and upload a copy of your FEDERAL WORK STUDY award under the "Additional Documents" section. Failure to include a copy of your Federal Work Study award may remove you from consideration.
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