Student Helper in Electric Fish Lab

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Biology laboratory that studies South American electric fish is seeking a part-time student helper.  The fish studied in the lab are not dangerous and produce very weak electrical fields to navigate and to communicate.  We study the mechanisms of generating and detecting electrical communication signals.  Duties will include helping to maintain large, multi-tank aquarium systems and general lab maintenance (glassware washing, chemical inventories, maintaining laboratory equipment, etc.).  In the long-term, there may be opportunities for interested students to become involved in research projects in the lab.

Salary starts at $9/hour; Approx. 10 hours/week

Send an E-mail message Dr. Smith (troy.smith.lab@gmail.com) for more details or to apply for the job.

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