Work with purpose, passion…
and puppies.

Do you want to work with an amazing team of humans and dogs? Do you want to be part of an innovative program to expand human knowledge? Do you want to fight aging, the single greatest risk factor for most major causes of death and disability in humans and our beloved pets?

Now you can! Join the Dog Aging Project, the most ambitious long-term study of dogs ever attempted, and be part of a fantastic interdisciplinary team collaborating to expand our knowledge on aging. This program is a partnership between the University of Washington and Texas A&M University to investigate the mechanisms of aging in pet dogs. The project has received a 5 year grant from the NIH National Institute on Aging and is expected to launch to the public in late-2019.

The following positions are at University of Washington:

RESEARCH SCIENTIST, EPIGENETICS (165557)

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE (UW GRADUATE STUDENT ONLY)

PROGRAM ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR (REOPENING SOON)

DIRECTOR OF PROGRAM OPERATIONS (CLOSED)

PROJECT MANAGER (CLOSED)

The following positions are at Texas A&M University:

CLINICAL DATA MANAGER (R-021098)

STUDY LOGISTICS MANAGER (R-021099)

ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR (COMING SOON)

SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIALIST (CLOSED)

STUDY SUBJECT MANAGER (CLOSED)

VETERINARY DATA TECHNICIAN (CLOSED)