Summary Description: The Columbia University Medical Center Department of Neurology is searching for a Staff Associate to perform duties in the Movement Disorder Laboratory. The incumbent will be assisting in the following studies: Characterization of a novel inducible expanded polyQ cell line, and in determining whether there is a functional relationship between Alfy and HspB7 on aggregate clearance. The Staff Associate will be expected to analyze relevant literature, process and analyze the obtained results, draw correct conclusions on the basis of evidence collected, conduct oral presentations of the research outcomes, and provide a written report of the research.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree. Must have experience managing all regulatory affairs related to the clinical trials projects.
Preferred Qualifications: Training and/or experience in Neurology subspecialty
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