A Scientist I position is available at the University of Kentucky, Lexington KY. The position is in the new laboratory of Dr. Ann Stowe in the Center for Advanced Translational Stroke Science. Dr. Stowe is an established, NIH-funded translational researcher in neuroinflammation, with studies in both clinical and pre-clinical models. Lab methodologies include flow cytometry, histology, surgical techniques, cell culture, molecular techniques, and behavioral analyses. In addition, the Stroke Center includes several independent basic, translational, and clinical NIH-funded scientists who work in a collaborative environment that includes additional outstanding resources and techniques to support innovative research.
We seek a highly motivated, creative, and collaborative individual who is interested in managing the Stowe Lab, in addition to managing the day-to-day aspects of research projects under the guidance of the P.I. Skills in acquiring flow cytometry data, a background in immunology, and experience with the maintenance and QC of a flow cytometer is highly desired, but a successful applicant could also be trained in these techniques.
2-3 years of related job experience, and previous grant writing experience are desirable. Masters or PhD in an area relevant to stroke or CNS immune-mediated diseases and/or neuroscience