The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Buffalo
is seeking a Lab Manager .This position is to support study of how
synapses of the auditory system are affected by acoustic activity.
This is a full-time, grant-supported position.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Oversee mouse colony: The person will maintain the lab’s mouse
colony, including genotyping, setting up breeding, and maintaining
• Laboratory oversight: The person will maintain lab areas, order
supplies, and file monthly purchasing paperwork.
• Assess auditory capabilities: The person will use standard
audiological techniques (ABRs and DPOAEs) to characterize the
hearing of mice.
• Histology: The person will perform immunohistochemistry of brain
tissue, and examine the expression of important marker proteins
using fluorescence microscopy.
• Additional roles: As other scientific goals arise, additional
roles may become important.
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an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation,
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Applicants must have education in a specific field and at least one
year of experience directly related to the research or the
Applicants are preferred who have experience with genotyping,
caring for mouse colonies, and doing immunohistochemistry.
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