The following is a list of open staff positions at the Wisconsin ADRC.

ADRC/WRAP Biospecimen Lab Manager
This position will serve as manager for the Biospecimen lab with the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center Biomarker Core (ADRC) and the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention (WRAP). Primary responsibilities of this position will include managing the collection, storage and shipment of antemortem biologic samples, as well as the administrative duties required to manage the research labs activities for the ADRC and WRAP.

Researcher in Alzheimer's Disease and Brain Imaging
The Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center Neuroimaging Group includes programs focused on utilizing computer vision techniques to research prevention, treatment, and diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. The Okonkwo Lab, which focuses on lifestyle and genetic factors related to cognitive resilience in normal aging and preclinical Alzheimer's disease, is seeking a Researcher to provide expertise and support to new and ongoing research studies. Primary areas of responsibility include data processing, data analyses, and preparation of scientific writing such as abstracts, posters, papers, and grants.

Neuroimaging Data Processing Specialist
The Sterling Johnson lab seeks a Neuroimaging Data Processing Specialist to support cutting edge neuroimaging research studies. This position combines elements of computer science, neuroscience, and research, and will present you with the opportunity to apply analytic thinking technical innovation to clinically relevant problems in the field of Alzheimer’s Disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention. Studies in the lab are linked with the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center and the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention.

Alzheimer's Disease Clinical Research Specialist
Dr. Cynthia Carlsson is seeking a Research Specialist to help with study recruitment, scheduling, and coordination of multiple clinical research studies in the field of aging and dementia. The Research Specialist is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the studies and provides support to the study Principal Investigator (PI) and management staff. Studies in the Carlsson lab involve a diverse array of participants and have support from a variety of sources including the VA, NIH and industry.

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