Essential Functions: - To investigate the impact of genetically or spinal cord injury induced reductions in central nervous system serotonin o mechanisms that influence breathing stability and cardiovascular/autonomic function during sleep in mice. - Other Duties as assigned
Qualifications: 1. Ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team.2. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.3. Willing to perform in vivo experiments in an animal research laboratory.4. Reliable and willing to work flexible hours.5. Prior experience with telemetry implantation, plethysmography, echocardiography, dissection, sectioning and immunohistochemistry.
Internal Number: 76_206064
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