Research Scientist II/III

External Description

We have multiple openings available for a Research Scientist II/III dependent on final candidate's experience and qualifications:

 

The successful applicant will work in a fast-paced team environment to develop translational gene editing approaches to treat diseases of the immune system Overall responsibilities include: helping to plan, design, execute, trouble-shoot, and interpret experiments aimed at generating novel gene therapy reagents, virus production and testing the efficacy of gene therapy reagents in cell culture or mouse models; follow detailed experimental protocols, make observations, record data and present results; assist others in the laboratory, and help maintain a constructive laboratory environment.  Good communication, organization, interpersonal and creative thinking skills are a must.

Requirements

Required Education/Experience:

Research Scientist II - Bachelor's Degree in biology, microbiology, immunology, molecular biology or related discipline; Minimum of two (2) years experience in a related area/laboratory setting Preferred: Research experience performing molecular biology techniques, tissue culture of primary cell types and cell lines, viral-based vector delivery, good laboratory practices,  flow cytometry and/or animal models.

Research Scientist III - Master's Degree or higher in a related field; Minimum of three (3) years experience in a related area of scientific study. Preferred: Research experience performing molecular biology techniques, tissue culture of primary cell types and cell lines, viral-based vector delivery, gene editing, good laboratory practices, flow cytometry and/or animal models.


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