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Research Scientist, HTS
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Research Scientist – High-Throughput Biology
We are seeking a highly motivated and talented Research Scientist to join our High-Throughput Biology and Screening group, focused on in vitro assay development, optimization, and execution for small molecules and macromolecules profiling and screening in support of Gilead Discovery Research portfolios. The candidate will serve as core team member representing functional area and provide expertise in identifying and implementing biological assays using state of the art technologies. He/she will be responsible for designing and delivering high quality in vitro assays utilizing common HTS tools as well as novel approaches. Emphasis will be on more complex and challenging disease relevant phenotypic assay formats, developing and scaling these assays from medium to high throughput applications. The candidate should have proven record of applying sound scientific judgement to answer critical questions, as well as a proven ability to design and implement appropriate experiments. Strong organizational skills and multi-tasking ability are required. Ability to work independently in a high-pace, multi-disciplinary, matrix environment is essential. Direct experience in fibrotic diseases, drug discovery research and/or high-throughput screening strongly preferred.
Conceive, develop, optimize and execute in vitro plate-based assays to support drug discovery efforts
Design and execute large scale primary and secondary screens to identify hits and support specific aspects of the screening strategy such as designing and carrying out mechanism of action studies.
Manage multiple projects simultaneously, working cross-functionally in a highly collaborative team environment
Communicate clearly and effectively both verbally and in writing
Maintain a cutting edge awareness of technical developments and scientific knowledge and apply these where possible to improve performance.
Present results of work, interpret data, and draw conclusions in a fully independent manner.
Independently write scientific/technical reports and presentations
Serve as functional area expert with in-depth technical knowledge for projects
Must think critically and work resourcefully to resolve problems
Present research updates to project teams and R&D management
PhD Degree in cell biology, pharmacology, cancer biology, immunology, virology, biochemistry or related field.
2 or more years conducting independent research in Academic (postdoctoral research) or Industry setting preferred.
Strong scientific foundation in the understanding and implementation of a wide range of biochemical and cell-based assays and readouts using state of the art technologies.
Experience in fibrotic diseases drug discovery preferred.
The candidate should be able to think critically and creatively across multiple disciplines and have demonstrated the ability to solve research problems with experience in standard in vitro assays (e.g. HTRF, Fluorescence Polarization, ELISA, Immunofluorescence, etc.), including assay development, optimization, and troubleshooting.
Individual with experience in phenotypic assays and physiologically relevant in vitro models using primary cells and stem cells are preferred.
Computational skills enabling automated data acquisition and analysis, and familiarity with related software applications (GraphPad Prism, Spotfire) is desirable.
The candidate must be able to analyze and report data concisely and rigorously.
Adaptability and the ability to learn new techniques rapidly are essential.
Familiarity in the use of lab automation and HTS instrumentation is preferable.
Ability to multitask and successfully interact with a diverse team of scientists to deliver results meeting the needs of various stakeholder groups is essential.
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Principal Scientist, Drug Product Analytical Development
Generation Bio is creating a revolutionary new class of genetic medicines that deliver durable, high levels of gene expression and have drug-like properties, including titration to effect and the ability to re-dose. Our unique GeneWave technology allows us to overcome the limitations of existing and emerging approaches by delivering larger genes, including more sophisticated regulatory elements, and avoiding the immunogenicity which limits both the number of patients who can be treated and the ability to re-dose them over time. Our vision is to make our therapies available at or near birth to maximize their lifetime impact, allowing people to live full lives unaffected by genetic disease.
We are a community of creative problem-solvers and independent thinkers. We are guided by strong personal integrity, humility, and energized by the collaborative, learning mindset required to create solutions for patients and their families.
Generation Bio was founded and launched by Atlas Venture, and is headquartered in Cambridge, Mass. For more information, please visit www.generationbio.com or follow @lifetimegenetx.
Generation Bio seeks an energetic and highly motivated Principal Scientist to design and implement a characterization approach to novel modalities in a variety of presentations, including lipid nanoparticles, polymeric nanoparticles, and peptide conjugates. The successful candidate will work closely with scientists in the Drug Product Development group to design assays that measure all relevant aspects of our novel non-viral gene therapy platform (ceDNA) and lead the development, qualification, and implementation of these assays for the Analytical Development group
- Leading all drug product-related analytical activities including the definition of relevant attributes of the drug product (e.g. aggregation, particle size) and development of appropriate analytical assays to measure these attributes.
- Being the primary liaison between Analytical Development and the Drug Product Development group during assay development and qualification.
- Communicating analytical approaches and results to senior management in the Research and Development groups in presentations and written reports.
- Managing any necessary assay transfer activities to external vendors, critically evaluate vendor results, and manage any troubleshooting activities needed with external vendors.
- Partnering with peer groups within Upstream and Downstream Process Development as well as Drug Product to build CMC strategies for our clinical candidates.
- Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, or equivalent.
- Minimum of 5-8 years industry experience in a development setting is mandatory.
- Experience with either lipid nanoparticle formulation characterization or peptide-based formulation characterization is required
- Expertise in analytical methods applicable to characterization of drug products is required. These methods should span a wide size range for aggregate and particle characterization (e.g. MFI, light scattering techniques, and analytical ultracentrifugation).
- An ability to understand the entire analytical approach applied to unformulated ceDNA drug substance is desired.
- Proven ability to troubleshoot complex problems at the interface of drug product and analytical development.
- Proven ability to identify new assays for product characterization, bring these assays in house and develop subject matter expertise in these assays
POSITION: Full-Time, Exempt
EEOC Statement: Generation Bio believes in a diverse environment, and is committed to equal employment opportunity for all its employees and qualified applicants. We do not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion or any other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status. Generation Bio will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities, in accordance with applicable law.
Sr. Director RNA Assay Marketing
Sr. Director RNA Assay Marketing
We are currently seeking a Senior Director of RNA Assay Marketing. The position will provide direction for the creation, ownership, and execution of a marketing road map that supports the vision and business goals of the RNA Assay team and the company as a whole. The individual is expected to deliver innovative solutions on-time, within budget, and deliver growth, visibility, and value that impact business results.
Is responsible for developing the assay product roadmap for the life science tools and diagnostics business.
Works closely with the business leads and research to identify and frame new product opportunities.
Responsible for developing use cases and requirements for new assay products.
Responsible for developing business cases and commercialization plans for new assay products.
Responsible for championing new assay products through the product development process.
Works closely with Regional heads to ensure business success.
Maintains a competitive intelligence function.
Manages a product marketing team.
BA or BS in a technical field (Masters, Ph.D. or MBA also preferred butnot required).
Minimum 4 years of Director or above experience in the life science tools or diagnostics product marketing.
Business development and partnership experience.
Licensing and contracting experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (position requirements at entry):
Strong leadership skills.
Significant product development and commercialization experience.
Excellent analytical and financial modeling skills.
Excellent communication skills.
Team player, values-driven.
Good conflict management skills.
Strong life science tools and genomics market understanding.
Strong technical skills and acumen.
Strong strategic agility and acumen.
Excellent relationship manager.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS / ENVIRONMENT:
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Scientist, Assay Development & Lab Automation
Requisition ID: RES002230
Merck Research Laboratories South San Francisco, a wholly owned subsidiary of Merck and Co., is focused on driving discovery research. Our new multi-disciplinary discovery research site offers state-of- the-art resources to explore the most promising science combined with Merck's world-class R&D expertise in small molecules and biologics. Located within the heart of the Bay area's biomedical community, research conducted in our new laboratories spans exploratory biology through early clinical development and is an integral part of Merck's powerful world-class network of drug and vaccine discovery.
At Merck, we are inspired by the belief that a research-driven enterprise dedicated to scientific excellence can create medicines and vaccines that save and improve lives. Every employee is building on our proud legacy of scientific breakthrough. Our ability to impact the lives of patients worldwide depends on the integrity, creativity, humility and scientific acumen of our team. We are creating a diverse organization that is inspired by invention and founded on a culture of respect and collaboration. At Merck Research Labs South San Francisco, you'll have the opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills through collaboration with talented and dedicated colleagues while advancing your career.
At Merck, we are inspired by the belief that a research-driven enterprise dedicated to scientific excellence can create medicines and vaccines that save and improve lives. Merck Research Laboratories South San Francisco, a wholly owned subsidiary of Merck and Co., is focused on driving discovery research. Our new multi-disciplinary discovery research site offers state-of-the-art resources to explore the most promising science combined with Merck's world-class R&D expertise in small molecules and biologics. Located within the heart of the Bay area's biomedical community, research conducted in our new laboratories spans exploratory biology through early clinical development and is an integral part of Merck's network of drug and vaccine discovery.
The In Vitro Pharmacology group at MRL SSF is seeking an experienced Assay Development Scientist with a strong background in biochemical/cellular assays and lab automation. This individual will participate in a wide range of laboratory research activities, including assay development/optimization, compound screening/characterization, mechanism of action studies, and new technology development. As part of a multidisciplinary team with broad scientific and technical expertise, he or she will have the opportunity to contribute to highly integrated drug discovery projects across multiple therapeutic areas (cardiovascular, metabolic, immunology and oncology). Successful candidates should possess strong experimental and technical capabilities, have excellent analytical and communication skills, and excel in a highly collaborative cross-functional team environment.
Design, perform and interpret experimental studies with limited supervision to support early-stage drug discovery projects for both small molecules and biologics.
Develop, optimize and execute high-throughput biochemical and cell-based assays for compound screening, pharmacological characterization and SAR support.
Utilize advanced laboratory automation and informatics tools for assay operation, and participate in the training, evaluation and implementation of new technology platforms.
Conduct complex mechanism of action studies and detailed data analysis, and provide thorough documentation and communication of results to functional and project teams.
Education Minimum Requirement:
- BS/MS degree in Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Pharmacology or a related scientific discipline
A minimum of 6 years of laboratory experience in early-stage drug discovery research at a biotech or pharma setting
Broad knowledge of biochemistry, cell biology/immunology, pharmacology and assay development principles is required, as well as solid experimental design, troubleshooting and data analysis skills
Strong expertise in biochemical and cellular assay development using diverse measurement technologies that should include several of the followings: ELISA, MSD, FP, TR-FRET, AlphaScreen, receptor binding/signaling, fluorescence imaging, and reporter assays
Mammalian cell culture and septic techniques are essential
Highly skilled in molecular techniques for gene targeting/editing and cell line generation, such as RNAi, viral transduction, CRISPR and exogenous gene expression
Hands-on experience in laboratory automation (including liquid handlers, dispensers and integrated robotics) and application process development.
An energetic self-starter and team player with excellent organization and communication skills, highly flexible and responsive to evolving project needs
- Prior experience in immune cell isolation/differentiation and immunological assays (flow cytometry and imaging)
The quality of our team is essential to our success. We are creating a new and innovative approach to rewarding our employees and establishing a comprehensive value proposition. Our competitive compensation program and benefits are designed to support the wide range of goals, needs and lifestyles of our employees, and the people that matter the most in their lives. If you need an accommodation for the application process please email us at email@example.com.
Merck & Co., Inc. Kenilworth, N.J., U.S.A. known as Merck in the United States and Canada, is a global health care leader with a diversified portfolio of prescription medicines, vaccines and animal health products. Today, we are building a new kind of healthcare company – one that is ready to help create a healthier future for us all.
Job: Research Science (59000450)
Employee Status: Regular
Travel: Yes, 5 % of the Time
Number of Openings: 1
Shift (if applicable): N/A
Company Trade Name: Merck
Nearest Major Market: San Francisco
Nearest Secondary Market: Oakland
Scientist, Product Development
Foundation Medicine is seeking a talented, highly motivated and results-oriented Assay Scientist to join the Product Development group to support the late-stage development and optimization of NGS-based assays in our clinical labs. The ideal candidate has product development and clinical lab experience in a dynamic, multidisciplinary environment and a strong working knowledge of molecular biology, high throughput automation and next generation sequencing (NGS).
Work with a multidisciplinary team of molecular biology, computational and regulatory scientists to support the late-stage development and optimization of clinical oncology, NGS diagnostic assays.
Optimize and implement assay features including establishing performance specifications, designing and conducting required development and validation work, and producing final reports and SOPs.
Conduct investigations and analyses to troubleshoot and enhance existing methods, improving assay capabilities and technical robustness.
Author detailed, accurate, and accessible records of experimental data and high quality protocols, plans and reports.
Experience developing, implementating and supporting high complexity clinical assays in a regulated environment (FDA-QSR, CLIA, CAP, ISO) including writing standard operating procedures, validation protocols and data reports.
Extensive experience with molecular biology techniques and an understanding of the practices and principals of NGS, including DNA-seq and target-enrichment.
Experience with robotic liquid handlers, lab automation and instrumentation (especially from Hamilton).
Results oriented with daily focus on working to achieve individual, project and group goals.
Scientific thought process and understanding of assay parameters illustrating creative approaches to problem solving to inform assay troubleshooting and optimization.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Collaborative, team-player who enjoys working with diverse groups to accomplish great things.
Education Or Experience
BSc, MSc, PhD, or equivalent, in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Genetics is preferred.
Minimum 3-5 years working in Industry and/or Academia.
Demonstrated ability to clearly communicate scientific results in internal and external presentations and publications.
Demonstrated ability to work independently and collaboratively in a dynamic, fast paced team environment.
Field Applications Scientist-Boston
The Life Science Research Division of MilliporeSigma Corporation is seeking a Field Application Scientist (FAS) to support its platforms focused on Protein Detection instruments, assays, and software. This position is field-based, supporting a Northeast US territory (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont), and would preferably be based in the Boston area. Ability to travel domestically up to 60%.
This role provides technical pre-sales support to customers adopting, converting to, and/or optimizing/troubleshooting MilliporeSigma platforms, including Luminex and SMCxPro.. Demonstrates products and applications in key accounts and training customers on proper usage of instrumentation, assays and kits. Provides follow-up support in disseminating technical information on specific applications to assist customers in optimizing applications, offering solutions to customers.
Provides post-sales training and troubleshooting support in assay optimization, custom assay development, and new application development, particularly for the SMC platform.
Conducts customer presentations and seminars on products within instrumentation platform portfolio.
Works collaboratively with Sales Specialists and account management to identify and qualify leads
Assists Product Management/R&D in assessing potential applications of company products to fit customer needs. Supports sales in marketing new products and applications through technical seminars, poster sessions, demonstrations, focused sales calls, and thought-leader networking
Plays a key role in enhancing differentiation of products and services on scientific, technical, and competitive principles.
Provides feedback on market needs and issues with products and applications to Technical Services, R&D and Product Management.
Network with key opinion leaders in the key focus product areas.
Who You Are:
- Bachelor's degree in Biological/Biomedical Science required
- 2+ years of experience with protein biomarker analysis and assay development
Masters in Biological/Biomedical Science, or PhD
FAS, Sales, or Sales Support experience preferred
Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot and optimize protocols, prepare scientific documents (white papers, protocols, project work plans)
Ability to develop solutions to complex problems which require the regular use of innovation and collaboration
Demonstrated ability to work in a matrixed organization inspiring teamwork to achieve results
Demonstrated ability to implement and execute successful plans of action that balance activities with customer needs, sales needs, and divisional needs
Experience with Microsoft Office software in a business environment.
Strong time management, problem solving, and analytical skills.
Strong Detail-oriented with excellent organizational, communication (written and verbal), and interpersonal skills. Ability to communicate information appropriate to the level of the audience.
Job Requisition ID: 190051
Career Level: C - Professional (1-3 years)
Working time model: full-time
Nearest Major Market: Boston
Job Segment: Scientist, Application Developer, Developer, Research Scientist, Science, Technology, Research
Principal Scientific Researcher, Analytics And Bioanalytics
Who we are
Genetic testing makes it possible for each of us to understand our bodies in ways that were unimaginable only ten years ago. 23andMe continues to lead the way in making this information accessible, understandable and actionable for our customers, most of whom have consented to participate in research. This consumer-driven research model is powered by a wealth of genotypic and phenotypic information that has the potential to improve human health through advances in genomics.
Our Therapeutics team is committed to discovering and developing new therapies that can offer significant benefits for patients. This dedicated research and development group identifies novel targets using 23andMe's genetic database, generates lead compounds for these targets and performs preclinical research to advance programs for clinical development. The team currently has research programs across several therapeutic areas, including oncology, skin, respiratory and cardiovascular disease.
We are seeking an outstanding researcher to join our growing Therapeutics team to discover and characterize novel targets and therapeutics. In this role you will be working with multiple cross-functional project teams to identify, design and develop various formats of analytical and bioanalytical assays to support both research and pre-clinical phase programs.
What you'll do
Design and implement fit-for-purpose ligand-binding assays, including ELISA, MSD, Luminex, etc., to decipher, validate and quantify biomarkers in biological matrices.
Develop residual DNA assays, residual Protein A assays, residual HCP assays and cell-based potency assays to support non-GMP and GMP CMC process.
Define, track and manage assay deliverables for multiple projects and present the key results to the project team.
Perform assay qualification, create SOPs and interact with CRO/CDMOs to transfer assays and generate reports.
What you'll bring
An advanced degree in Biochemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Immunology or related field with 15+ years biotech/pharmaceutical industry experience
10 years of experience with biologics discovery and development
5 years of hands-on experience with ELISA, MSD, Luminex and related biomarker assay platforms
Experience with assay transfer
In-depth knowledge of regulatory guidelines regarding bioanalytical method validation
Excellent organization and communication skills with an ability to work both independently and in a team environment
Experience with automated sample and liquid handling systems
Hands-on experience with PCR, RT PCR and QPCR analysis
Experience with cell line development and cell-based potency assays for lot release
Experience with ADCC and CDC assay development
23andMe, Inc. is the leading consumer genetics and research company. Our mission is to help people access, understand and benefit from the human genome. The company was named by MIT Technology Review to its "50 Smartest Companies, 2017" list, and named one of Fast Company's "25 Brands That Matter Now, 2017". 23andMe has over 5 million customers worldwide, with ~85 percent of customers consented to participate in research. More information about our Therapeutics team is available at https://mediacenter.23andme.com/therapeutics/.
At 23andMe, we value a diverse, inclusive workforce and we provide equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees. All qualified applicants for employment will be considered without regard to an individual's race, color, sex, gender identity, gender expression, religion, age, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, physical or mental disability, medical condition, family care status, marital status, domestic partner status, sexual orientation, genetic information, military or veteran status, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local laws. If you are unable to submit your application because of incompatible assistive technology or a disability, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. 23andMe will reasonably accommodate qualified individuals with disabilities to the extent required by applicable law.
Please note: 23andMe does not accept agency resumes and we are not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes. Thank you.
Senior Associate Scientist, Ligand Binding Immunoassay
The position requires an analyst participation in biofunctional, ligand-binding, and molecular assay activities, including but not limited to assay development and clinical testing. The position also requires documentation of new methods and writing summary reports to related work activities.
The job involves performing other tasks as assigned related to specimen testing and functional assays using aseptic techniques. As an integral member of our dynamic team, the incumbent must have a strong work ethic, be highly collaborative with the other group members, have an understanding of robotic methods used in assay development, experience in bioanalytical method validation, and work in cross-functional teams. All of the above includes practicing laboratory safety at all times and adherence to GLP compliance.
1.Perform all functions to support assay development and analysis of non-clinical and clinical samples.
2.Perform assays to support critical assay reagent testing, assay development/ troubleshooting.
3.Collect, collate and analyze data on a per project basis to support troubleshooting, qualification and other lab projects.
4.Assist in ordering supplies from internal inventory and order/prepare reagents/supplies necessary for assay work. Assist in updating and writing documents associated with assays, including information/data archiving, SOPs and status reports.
5.Satisfactorily completes all GLP and safety training in conformance with Departmental requirements.
6.Stay current on all departmental and corporate training.
7.Performs other tasks as assigned.
Bachelor's degree and 4 years relevant experience, or a Master's degree.
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EEO & Employment Eligibility
Pfizer is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status. Pfizer also complies with all applicable national, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment as well as work authorization and employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act and IRCA. Pfizer is an E-Verify employer.
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Manager Of Validations
The Manager of Validations will oversee the development, validation, and implementation of flow cytometric assays for use in clinical trials across global sites of Covance. This includes report and SOP writing and/or review, development and monitoring of validation time lines, oversight of resource management to complete validations within those timelines, interaction with clients on project related issues and guidance and development of the Supervisor's role in their management of technical roles within the lab. Other duties may be assigned as needed.
This role will be based onsite in Brentwood, TN.
- BA or BS Degree in Biology/Biochemistry or related field required
5+ years experience in flow cytometry and assay development is required.
5+ years experience in the supervision of flow cytometry assay development is required.
Significant experience in analysis of flow cytometric data required (WinList, FlowJo, FCS Express, FACSDiva, etc.)
Strong computer skills and significant experience with Microsoft Excel and Word are required.
Excellent verbal and written skills
Sr. Development Scientist
Sr. Development Scientist
This position supports Product Development from late concept through clinical validation and is located in Tucson, Arizona. The successful candidate will work with a team of development scientists to bring novel molecular assays through validation, FDA approval, and commercialization.
Supports molecular diagnostic assay development from late concept through clinical validation.
Works with a group of development scientists to bring novel molecular assays through validation, FDA approval and commercialization.
Collaborates with external research and clinical investigators.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education:
Master's Degree in Genetics, Molecular, and Cellular Biology or related field plus 5+ years of industrial experience or Ph.D. with 2+ years industrial experience
Demonstrated experience managing time and projects to meet deadlines.
Experience with developing IVD products and design controls required.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (position requirements at entry):
NexGen Sequencing (MiSeq, HiSeq, IonTorrent), gene expression and multiplexed assays.
Product development and design controls for in vitro diagnostics.
Excellent teamwork across functional groups.
Ability to initiate, execute and direct scientific research and development activities.
Understanding of risk management concepts.
Ability to contribute novel ideas to solve problems both technical and organizational.
Ability to independently set and carry out objectives, and assess project risks.
Ability to make detailed experimental observations, review and analyze data, and interpret experimental results.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS / ENVIRONMENT:
Weekend and evening work required in order to meet deadlines.
Work is indoors in a seasonally heated and airconditioned environment.
The position is sedentary and requires typing and the ability to move objects weighing up to 25 lbs.
Occasional travel is required.
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