Biospecimen Coordinator – Alzheimer’s disease research program

An exciting opportunity awaits you in the Alzheimer’s Disease research program at UW-Madison. This position involves working with a collaborative team of research specialists who are responsible for all stages of study-related human specimen collection, documentation, tracking, and use. We also support the Wisconsin Brain Donor Program; brain donation and freezer call coverage.

Our research is designed to identify predictive biomarker pathology, health and lifestyle features that confer risk and resilience, effective prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of AD. Our tissue sample repository of human blood, cerebrospinal fluid, and brain tissue is essential for advancing our research goals. Applicant needs to demonstrate exemplary organization, attention to detail, interest in human biological research, ability to work cooperatively in a team environment, proactive engagement, initiative taking, and problem solving.

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