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location: Cambridge, Massachusetts
job type: Contract
salary: $40.00 - 46.96 per hour
work hours: 9 to 5
- As a Research Scientist, Translational Bioassay and Immunogenicity working on Translational Research team in DMPK, the candidate will be supporting immuno-oncology discovery and development programs in translational research and immunogenicity areas, and participate in designing, execution and analysis of the experimental studies and communication with multi-functional teams.
- Our team - Translation Research team in DMPK is seeking a lab-based scientist to support global oncology and immuno-oncology discovery and development programs in Company by designing and conducting translational and immunogenicity bioassays.
- The candidate will be empowered to collaborate with internal and external resources to build an experiment - based platform for the quantitative pre-clinical to clinical translational research.
- The successful candidate will work closely with project teams and other functional group colleagues for all the supporting studies.
- This will provide the candidate an opportunity to overview program status and learn how wet lab work and computational modeling come closely together for the translational purpose of I/O programs.
- The successful candidate will also be responsible to further expand, validate and utilize currently established immunogenicity risk assessment platform for global program support.
- The candidate will communicate and work closely with other key functional teams within Company such as Oncology Biology, Protein Sciences, DSRE and QTS to help better screen and optimize low-risk and high-performance drug candidates for large-molecule programs.
- Design, develop and implement experimental studies to support translational research and immunogenicity risk assessment for global oncology and immuno-oncology discovery and development programs.
- Independently analyze, interpret, document and communicate study results to the department and project teams.
- Collaborate with other relevant functional groups and external resources to improve the assays for translational research and immunogenicity prediction areas.
- Keep up to date with emerging literature of newly discovered science and technologies in the field and contribute to establish new functional capabilities for the projects.
- PhD degree with 0+ years or master's degree with 3+ years of relevant working experience in biology, immunology, biochemistry, pharmacology, pharmaceutical sciences or equivalent area.
- Knowledge and expertise in molecular and cellular biology, immunology, pharmacology or familiar with new discovery and findings in Immuno-oncology space.
- Experimental expertise in basic immunology and biology assays, such as flow cytometry, ligand binding based assays, molecular and cellular biomarker and translational assays, and extensive primary cell and cell-line culture experience.
- Good verbal and written communication and teamwork skills.
skills: Molecular Biology, Assay Development, Assay Method, Immunoassays, Flow Cytometry
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