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Research
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Job Summary:

This grant funded position will work in a large specialized research area with 3-4 faculty, 1-3 postdoctoral fellows, 5-7 research technical staff, and 2-4 graduate/undergraduate students. The successful candidate is expected to interface with the entire laboratory group as well as with others within and outside of UT Health San Antonio.

Job Duties:
1.  Conduct preclinical pharmacological studies in vivo and in vitro. This includes handling of large animals, administration of test substances, and collection of data through electronic and manual means. All behavioral experiments will be done using approved IACP protocols which applicant will assist in developing. 
2.  Perform a wide variety of general lab maintenance duties which include, but are not limited to, cleaning equipment and glassware, maintaining inventory of supplies, maintaining equipment, sweeping and mopping, maintaining histories on experimental subjects, and taking out trash.
3.  Compile basic descriptive and inferential statistics and prepare computer generated graphics using commercially available software.
4.  Prepare drug solutions following specific protocols.

Education:

Bachelor's in a basic science is required.







Preferred Qualifications:
Experience handling animals. 

UT Health San Antonio is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer.  It is our policy to promote and ensure equal employment opportunity for all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status.

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