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Work Study Positions

All student employment positions are posted in Eagle Ops.  Only students who have received a work-study award can apply to the following Biology work-study positions:

Title

Description

Laboratory Assistant -Data Analysis (multiple positions REMOTE)

 

Laboratory Assistant -Data Analysis (multiple positions REMOTE)

The selected individual(s) will assist laboratory researchers in performing various tasks including research, data computation, web development, file/database management, and/or data modeling. This job is ideal for someone looking to gain experience outside of a lab setting.

FWS pay range $9.00-$15.00, and FWS duration dates 08/24/2022-05/07/2023.

Laboratory Assistant - Biology (multiple positions 0N-CAMPUS)

Laboratory Assistant - Biology (multiple positions 0N-CAMPUS)

The selected individual(s) will assist laboratory researchers to perform various tasks including general lab maintenance and cleaning, making solutions, lab filing, dishwashing, autoclaving, preparation of solutions, buffers, and media, and organization. This job is ideal for someone looking to gain experience in a lab setting.

FWS pay range $9.00-$15.00, and FWS duration dates 08/24/2022-05/07/2023.

Lead Research Specialist - Biology

Job Number: 77309

Job Type: Regular Full-Time

Standard Hours: 40 Std Hours = 1.00 FTE

Job Category: Laboratory

 

The Jaeger lab https://scholarblogs.emory.edu/jaegerlab/ in the Department of Biology is looking for a Lead Research Specialist. Our lab provides an exciting federally funded research program in the area of neurophysiology of motor control. The position involves maintaining smooth lab operations and carrying out neuroscience experiments with behaving mice and mouse brains. The successful candidate will be able to commit to this position for at least 2 years with satisfactory performance and will have prior experience in rodent handling and rodent brain surgery, as well as basic research administration. Computer skills to maintain databases are also important. The pay level will be commensurate with prior experience. Will participate in laboratory maintenance activities such as sterilization and cleaning of equipment, ordering of supplies, inventory, and media preparation. Maintains records, files, and logs of work performed in laboratory notebooks and computer databases.

Post Doctoral Fellow - Biology

Job Number: 88448

Job Type: Regular Full-Time

Standard Hours: 40 Std Hours = 1.00 FTE

Job Category: Laboratory

 

The Martinez Laboratory at Emory University seeks a postdoctoral scientist to perform time series analysis, statistical modeling, and network analysis relating to biological rhythms (i.e., circadian and seasonal cycles) in physiology and evolutionary immunology. This position has the option of being remote, in-person, or hybrid.

 

Post Doctoral Fellow - Department of Biology

Job Number: 80359

Job Type: Regular Full-Time

Standard Hours: 40 Std Hours = 1.00 FTE

Job Category: Laboratory

 

The Sober Lab seeks a postdoctoral fellow to study motor control and the biomechanics of sound production in songbirds and rodents. The positions will be part of an interdisciplinary, international consortium consisting of three nodes: the Sober Lab at Emory University (Atlanta, USA), the Vocal Neuromechanics Lab at the Department of Biology at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU, Odense, Denmark), and the Complex Flow Modeling and Simulation Lab at the University of Maine (Orono, USA). The open position is located in Atlanta, USA, but the applicant will receive mentorship from and (post-pandemic) travel between all three research nodes.  

Please contact Dr Samuel Sober (samuel.j.sober@emory.edu) for more information.

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