The key qualities includes experience with animal research and pharmacokinetic analyses. The position is available immediately.
An appointment is available in the field of toxicology. Work will involve both DTRA and NIH funded projects. These projects include but not limited to the: 1) determination of the behavioral and neuroanatomical efficacy of candidate cyanide countermeasures; 2) conducting HCN inhalation efficacy studies of candidate cyanide countermeasures; and 3) performing and analyzing pharmacokinetic data. Primary work will involve using in vivo rodent models. Candidate will help ensure the prompt, efficient and accurate performance of laboratory results. Candidate will help with submission of grants, manuscripts and other research documents and will take the lead on one or more projects. Furthermore, the incumbent will perform other duties as assigned, including, but not limited to ordering reagents and supplies, maintaining laboratory equipment and inventory, preparing reports, etc.
If interested please send a cover letter and CV to Dr. Kelly Basi, PhD, Research Molecular Biologist, Toxicants Deputy Program Advisor, Biosafety Officer, US Army Medical Research Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org.