Supervise and independently perform studies to advance the goals of the Principal Investigator's research projects. The Postdoc will be in charge of the research projects involving a mouse model of spinal cord injury (SCI) under supervision of the PI. He/she will perform experiments, analyze data, compile results, monitor quality control processes to ensure integrity of this research, and prepare publications. Additionally, the Postdoc will:
Design and execute complex research procedures in SCI models.
Develop and perform routine and complex protocols for SCI.
Assist in developing, implementing and monitoring quality activities.
Collaborate with principal investigators in determining study design and performing statistical analyses.
Develop new methodologies for lab procedures.
Maintain supplies, may negotiate with vendors, track purchase orders.
Participate in meetings with principal investigator and research staff and evaluate/interpret the validity of data, develop methodologies, evaluate lab procedures.
May oversee the work of laboratory personnel including training and development as well as daily work direction/delegation/prioritizing.
Manage analytical tools, including maintaining equipment, perform/supervise repairs, order supplies, negotiate with vendors, track purchase orders, update computer hardware and software.
Assist in training of students, residents and post-doctoral fellows.
Take the lead in writing scientific manuscripts and review articles that will be instrumental in preparing grant applications.
This position requires a PhD. Ideal candidate will possess detailed knowledge of spinal cord and brain neuroanatomy. Experience with software programming to analyze and process MRI scans is a plus.
Internal Number: 22569
About The Medical College of Wisconsin
The Medical College of is a distinguished leader, providing cutting-edge, collaborative patient care of the highest quality in hospitals and clinics across Wisconsin. Our researchers discover and translate new knowledge in biomedical and health sciences to transform healthcare. We educate the next generation of doctors, scientists and pharmacists through innovative programs on three campuses across Wisconsin. MCW scientists lead biomedical and population health advancements through laboratory research, clinical trials and community-engaged research. These studies are conducted in collaboration with local, national and global thought leaders and innovators. Research drives the kinds of new knowledge that can change everything, including the ways we define, diagnose, treat and prevent disease, as well as how we train the next generation to push forward at the boundaries of what is possible.
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