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UC Berkeley

UC Berkeley has 2 Staff Research Associates (SRA) positions available in Dr. Yartsev's laboratory which focus on defining and mapping the neural circuit basis of behavior in health and disease utilizing Egyptian Fruit Bats as the research model.

For position #24933 the required qualifications are:

*Comfortable with animal handling. 
*Takes good notes and organizes data/documentation of experiments. 
*Excellent communication skills and works well independently. 
*Bachelor degree in molecular and cell biology or related field.


Preferred Qualifications:

*Audio/video recording, familiar with computer programming or Matlab, data server management. 
*A minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience.

For position #24930 the required qualifications are:


*Experience with histological processing (cutting, mounting, immunohistochemistry).
*Knowledge of usage of laboratory microscope.
*Data storage and online documentation, perfusions, tissue processing. 
*Excellent communication skills, work well independently.
*Bachelor degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology or related field and experience working with animals and standard repetitive processing of tissue in a research laboratory.


Preferred Qualifications:
*Audio/video recording, familiar with computer programming or Matlab, data server management. 
*A minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience. 


All interested applicants should apply: 

https://jobs.berkeley.edu/


UC San Francisco

Staff Research Associate II

Laboratory Animal Resource Center

Full Time

49479BR

Job Summary

JOB OVERVIEW 
Under the supervision of the responsible veterinarian, the Staff Research Associate II (SRA II) provides basic veterinary assessment and care of rodents and other species to facilitate the daily operations of the animal health and welfare, and research support programs of the Laboratory Animal Resource Center (LARC). The individual performs the daily para-veterinary health care procedures and research services in the lab animal setting. This position requires ability to maintain a great degree of confidentiality. 

Duties include but are not limited to: 
• Conduct animal health surveillance for rodents and other species as assigned
• Communicate lab and health information to researchers
• Support website function
• Understand and participate in rodent sentinel health or similar programs 
• Draft SOP’s
• Provide training to Lab or LARC staff
• Understand and perform necropsy techniques and other diagnostic or clinical diagnostic techniques 
• Understand and perform administrative tasks as needed by LARC 
• Generally assist LARC’s animal health and rodent health programs and support LARC veterinarians and UCSF research projects. 


 All interested applicants should apply: 

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