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Minimum qualification: Bachelor’s degree plus at least 3 years of experience working with zebrafish

 

The ideal candidate could have extensive zebrafish husbandry experience, or could be a PhD scientist with zebrafish experience who would rather run a fish facility than run a lab – we are open to all possibilities.

 

The facility includes 24 Tecniplast racks with 3 robotic feeders, 8 Aquaneering racks and 5 stand-alone Pentaire (Aquatic Habitats) racks. The facility supports all PIs working with zebrafish at Baylor College of Medicine.

 

Duties include supervising and training caretakers & technical staff, interfacing with veterinarians, maintaining equipment, monitoring fish health and embryo survival, providing support to researchers.

 

The position includes generous salary, benefits and relocation expenses.

 

For inquiries, please contact Daniel Gorelick, Assistant Professor, Center for Precision Environmental Health (gorelick@bcm.edu) or Mary Dickinson, Professor & Associate Dean for Research (mdickins@bcm.edu

 

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