???? job in NYC

From:Colleen Forster

To the person looking for a job in NYC, read the following. Be sure to
make note that the salary
could be adjusted based on education and experience. I have worked in
this lab for 5+ years and have
enjoyed it very much. It will be moving to Cornell in Manhattan in June.
If you have any other
questions please call on Dr. Ross at the numbers listed below.

Colleen Forster
U of MN, Dept. of MN

A position is available at the Medical College of Cornell University for
a full
time research histology technician starting July 1, 2002. The laboratory
on molecular genetic problems in the formation of brain. Multiple mouse
are used in the study of human disorders of brain development.

Questions that are being addressed fall into areas that range from cell
regulation to cell signaling and adhesion to motility and modulation of
neuronal cytoskeleton, working with genetic mouse models of human
disease. These
questions have relevance not only for human development but also for the
of epilepsy and behavioral disorders.

While a background in neurobiology is desirable, it is not necessary.
Skills are
sought in the fixation and blocking of tissue, production of tissue
from paraffin embedded specimens, cryostat sectioning and vibratome
Standard histological stains such as hematoxylin and eosin will be used.

Experience in immunohistochemical labeling of antigens in tissue
sections using
HRP and Fluorescence detection methods is essential. The laboratory
heavily on the use of a semi-automated tissue staining apparatus for
throughput processing of slides and appropriate training can be
provided. Manual
processing will also be used for special applications.

Candidates should have a BA degree or equivalent and be a graduate of an

established histology technician training program with at least 2 years
postgraduate experience in either a medical diagnostic or research
More postgraduate experience is desirable. Salary level begins at
$28,000 and
can be adjusted according to the candidate’s level of experience.

Those interested should speak with Dr. Ross to explore a career in
research in the area of neurogenetics and brain development. Contact Dr.
through Ravi Singh, at 212-746-5550 or directly at 612-626-2499 or
She can also be reached by e-mail at rossx001@umn.edu.

        M. Elizabeth Ross, M.D., Ph.D.
        Laboratory of Developmental Neurogenetics
        Weill Medical College of Cornell University
        1300 York Ave.
        New York, NY   10021

M. Elizabeth Ross, MD, PhD
Head, Laboratory of Neurogenetics
  and Development
Department of Neurology and Neuroscience        Shipping Address:
Weill Medical College of Cornell University         Department of
525 East 68th Street, F610                          Diehl Hall, Room 698

New York, NY  10021                                 505 Essex Street SE
Phone 612-626-2499; Fax 612-626-2639                Minneapolis, MN

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