Florida Atlantic University’s Kowalko Laboratory is seeking a Research
Specialist to perform research in molecular biology and behavior in a
laboratory that studies the evolution of a small freshwater fish, the
blind Mexican cavefish. Primary responsibilities include, but are not
limited to, breeding and maintaining cavefish and zebrafish, performing
general molecular biology techniques (genome editing,
immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization), performing behavioral
analyses, imaging, collecting and analyzing data, and contributing to
publications. The Research Specialist will perform these tasks under the
supervision of the principal investigator. A two year commitment is
This position will be based out of FAU’s John D. McArthur Campus in
Bachelor¹s degree from an accredited institution required.
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