October 21, 2022
Neurology-Memory and Aging
Full Time
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The position is for a Staff Research Associate I/II (SRA I/II) to reports to the Principal Investigator (PI) in neuropathology research that investigates the pathogenesis of Alzheimer’s disease, frontotemporal dementia, and related disorders at UCSF Mission bay campus ( see

The SRA I/II will join a team of scientists conducting experiments central to the lab’s research efforts in investigating molecular mechanisms underlying selective neuronal vulnerability in Alzheimer’s disease and tauopathies. This individual will contribute to research projects by generating datasets and testing hypotheses using methods established in the lab including primary human cell culture, flow cytometry, gene targeting using CRISPR-Cas9 and gene expression analysis, Western blot, ELISA and single cell technologies. The SRA I/II will work closely with other experienced lab members, collaborate with clinical researchers at UCSF, and have the opportunity to develop additional research skills and contribute to development of new research directions in the lab.

Responsibilities include: 1) maintaining lab supplies 2)  maintaining  logs/records, 3) use computerized databases, 4) create tutorial and protocols involving responsibilities described; 5) perform RNA, DNA and protein extraction suing different techniques, 6) conduct ELISA experiments, 7) train new lab staff in functions described above.


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