Need Research Credit?
Interested in Animal Behavior?
STUDY African Giant Pouched Rats (Cricetomysansorgei)
Gain valuable r...
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Research Assistants Needed - Pouched Rat Research

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I am a researcher at Cornell University in Ithaca
I need undergraduate research assistants to help organize, catalog, transcribe, tag and curate research files which includes video observations of Pouched Rats, as well as research notes and photographs
The tests are observations of social interaction, light-dark box tests, T-maze, Barnes maze, and open-field experiments plus field ecology experiments.

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Research Assistants Needed - Pouched Rat Research

  1. 1. Need Research Credit? Interested in Animal Behavior? STUDY African Giant Pouched Rats (Cricetomysansorgei) Gain valuable research experience in animal behavior, animal observation, video scoring and data curating. Plus it is a chance to be a part of science history – cataloging the behavior of an exotic species. This species has been trained to detect landmine explosives and tuberculosis, but not much is understood about its basic biology and behavior. The research we do aims to understand how individual personality may improve training programs for this species. If you are interested, then please submit a 1 page resume, list of relevant coursework, and copy of your intersession and summer schedule to: Dr. Danielle N. Lee 229 Uris Hall dnl36@cornell.edu Must be able to work a minimum 2-hr block. Flexible schedule accommodation is possible: days, early evenings and some weekends. Ideal for Majors in psychology, zoology, ecology, animal behavior, animal science, and pre- veterinary medicine. This is an unpaid position, for research credit or voluntary research work only. Now scheduling informational interviews Thursday, April 24 & Friday, April 25, 2014 10:30 – 2:30 pm Email to sign up for a 15 minute time slot.

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