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We are seeking two researchers to join a highly collaborative and cohesive group of scientists and clinicians at the Field Neurosciences Institute labs in Saginaw, Michigan and at Central Michigan University (CMU). We are looking for individuals with a passion for research, and who have outstanding research and communication skills. Although a terminal degree is preferred for both positions, we will consider candidates who have other degrees (e.g., RN, MS, and BS) and sufficiently extensive and relevant clinical or pre-clinical research experience. For the clinical position, we are especially interested in candidates who have expertise in stroke and/or TBI and have experience conducting clinical research. For the pre-clinical position, we are interested in someone with expertise in stroke, TBI, or neurodegenerative diseases. The successful candidate will be encouraged to develop new approaches and ideas to complement existing research projects. Interested candidates can apply directly at http://careers.stmarysofmichigan.org/job/176657 for the clinical research coordinator position and at http://careers.stmarysofmichigan.org/job/179630 for the pre-clinical research position. Potential applicants are encouraged to email a CV to Dr. Gary Dunbar (firstname.lastname@example.org) to let us know of your interest and/or to answer any questions or obtain more information about these positions. We hope to fill these positions by May 15th, but the starting date for both positions is negotiable
Additional Salary Information: Potential teaching opportunities to augment salary.
About Field Neurosciences Institute, St. Mary's of Michigan/Ascension
Field Neurosciences Institute (FNI) is affiliated with St. Mary's of Michigan and has strong collaborative connections with Central Michigan University. The mission of FNI is to promote the prevention, care, and cures for neurological disorders.