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location: Sunnyvale, California
job type: Contract
salary: $37.00 - 41.48 per hour
work hours: 9 to 5
- A technical R & D position responsible for development and execution of in vivo biomedical studies evaluating the pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamic and toxicological properties of pharmaceutical agents. Must possess strong animal technical skills working with rodents.
- Must possess a demonstrated ability to work independently to execute in vivo studies, effectively document findings, follow animal welfare policies and analyze study data.
- Serve as the technical lead for in vivo biomedical testing, demonstrating technical proficiency in rodent dosing by various routes (IV, IP, SC, PO)
- Responsible for the development and validation of animal models for the pharmacokinetic, efficacy, and toxicity evaluation of pharmaceutical candidates
- Independently conduct biomedical studies, accurately document findings, analyze data and prepare reports for internal and external dissemination
- Flexible hours that will require some weekend and holiday work as well as early am and pm dosing responsibilities
- Responsible for animal care and handling (Rodents)
- Position requires significant rodent handling and participation in rodent husbandry. Occasional lifting of heavy items (>10kg) items anticipated. Individuals with allergies to animal dander would be significantly limited in the scope of work that could be performed with respect to the responsibilities of the position
- Excellent technical proficiency in rodent handling, dosing and bleeding techniques, and conduct of in vivo studies
- Technical proficiency in necropsy and tissue sample collection
- Working knowledge of the conduct of pharmacokinetic studies in mice and rats using various methods of blood collection (tail vein, saphenous vein, cheek, cardiac, retro-orbital)
- Technical proficiency in measuring subcutaneous tumor growth
- Practical knowledge of IACUC policies desired
- Strong attention to detail
- Working knowledge of StudyLog
- Practical knowledge of various syngeneic and xenograft tumor models
- Possess a broad-base of skills in support of in vivo biomedical testing, including proficiency in animal dosing and sample collection by various routes and/or methods
- Proficient in development and validation of animal models for the evaluation of efficacy and toxicity of pharmaceutical candidates
- Education Requirements (degree, certifications, etc.):
- Bachelor's degree in biology, toxicology, pharmacology or related disciplines, or 3 or more years relevant experience
- Preferred Skills/Abilities:
- Experience with IACUC policies and procedures
- Practical knowledge of Good Laboratory Practice regulations desired
- Ability to recognize and respond appropriately to both anticipated and unanticipated results during the development and conduct of in vivo studies individually and as part of a team
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, self-motivated, highly organized, and able to work independently in a fast-paced research environment
skills: GLP (Good Laboratory Practice), In Vivo, LIMS (Laboratory Information Management System
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