Research Associate (Tischfield Lab) in New Brunswick, NJ for Rutgers University
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Research Associate (Tischfield Lab)
Position Summary: Experienced Research Associate to conduct research on the genetic foundation of Tourette disorder (TD) using genetically engineered mouse models. This research utilizes human data on new mutations that cause TD, recreating those mutations in the orthologous mouse genes. This employee must be fully independent with regard to establishing mouse crosses to produce mice with the proper mutation and genetic background. This individual must be cognizant in mouse behavioral testing as well as newer machine learning approaches. This individual must understand habit/reward selection assays and their application to mice. The individual will do brain histopathology of mutant mice to identify specific cell types and conduct confocal microscopy of sections sta

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