Carry out laboratory research works (including animal surgery, behavioral tests, electrophysiology, immunohistochemistry, confocal imaging, tissue culture, molecular biology, and Western blot) for the Projects.
A Master’s degree/Bachelor's degree in Biological Sciences/Neuroscience and Bioengineering or related disciplines, with strong knowledge of molecular biology, tissue culture, animal surgery, mouse colony management and animal behavior and no more than a total of 6 years of service at the University. Good command of written and spoken English and Chinese; strong organizational and interpersonal skills; being self-motivated and hardworking; and ability to work independently in a mature manner are required. Those with experience in biological/neuroscience/bioengineering research, small animal handling (i.e. intraperitoneal injection and force feeding), immunohistochemistry, Western blot, and molecular biology and electrophysiological data analysis are also strongly encouraged to apply.
[Those who have responded to the previous advertisement (Ref. No. C/R/230/09) need not re-apply.]
Salary offered will be highly competitive, commensurate with qualifications and experience. Fringe benefits include leave, medical and dental consultations at the campus clinic.
Further information on the post and the University is available at http://www.cityu.edu.hk, or from the Human Resources Office, City University of Hong Kong, Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong [Email : email@example.com/Fax : 2788 1154 or 3442 0311].
City University of Hong Kong is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to the principle of diversity. Personal data provided by applicants will be used for recruitment and other employment-related purposes.
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