Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture - and benefits - that just aren't found together anywhere else. If you're curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future - then take a look at this opportunity.
TECHNICAL ASSOCIATE I, PRECLINICAL IMAGING AND TESTING CORE FACILITY , Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research , to join an interdisciplinary team in the Preclinical Imaging and Testing Core Facility, that is dedicated to offering to the research community an intelligent pipeline for the evaluation of novel therapeutics through in-vivo testing and imaging. Will work closely with the scientific staff to conduct pilot studies and assist with rodent care and procedures such as contrast agent administration and in-vivo imaging, image-guided procedures, tissue collection, dosing with standard and novel therapeutic drugs, and survival surgery for implantation of devices or for tumor induction. Will also be responsible for assisting with ordering and managing supplies, billing, and lab safety. The position involved interacting and collaborating with veterinary staff at MIT to ensure proper practices.
REQUIRED : a bachelor's degree in a biomedical or veterinary discipline; at least two years' specialized lab experience, which may include experience gained as an undergraduate, although postgraduate experience is preferred; experience with rodent handling techniques (husbandry, anesthesia/analgesic administration, restraining, health monitoring) and procedures (injections, surgical, fluid collection, necropsy); willingness to learn and assist with and present data from high-throughput bioluminescence, fluorescence, and/or ultrasound imaging experiments (experience with these techniques a plus); knowledge of basic office tools for the preparation of documents and spreadsheets; and excellent communication, documentation, and organizational skills. Seek a self-motivated team player who is able to work with users of diverse scientific/technical backgrounds. Mouse tail vein injection experience is highly desired. Job #17549
Must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends.
Internal Number: 17549
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