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Associate Research/Project Scientist

Responsibilities: Responsibilities will include conducting experimental procedures in preclinical models and providing husbandry. Familiarity with analytical sample analysis techniques (LSC, HLPC, ELISA) and/or tissues culture studies would be a plus. Additional responsibilities include protocol design, data analysis, preparation of research reports, as well as routine equipment maintenance. In this role, the candidate will support a team of scientists focused on the preclinical development of pharmaceutical drug candidates. 

Background requirements: The ideal candidate will possess a BS or MS with 2-5 years direct experience conducting experimental procedures in rodents. This position requires excellent skills in various routes of dose administration and surgical procedures, and the ability to work independently.  The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with excellent communication and proven organizational skills.  The ability to manage multiple priorities is a must.

Required Skill Set

  • Proficiency in dosing mice and rats via various routes of administration including oral gavage, intravenous administration, etc.
  • Proficiency in non-survival surgical procedures in preclinical models.
  • Ability to follow SOPs and familiarity with GLP.
  • Excellent record-keeping ability.
  • LAT or LATG certification desired.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

Research/Project Scientist

Responsibilities and required skill set In addition to those described above, the ideal candidate will have the ability to design studies with appropriate methods and controls; and to appropriately analyze and interpret data. The candidate should have excellent written communication skills, allowing for independent authorship of research reports, and contribution to scientific publications and grant proposals.  In addition, the ideal candidate will have the ability to be the scientific lead in microbiology topics.

Background requirements:  The ideal candidate will possess a MS or PhD with 5 or more years of experience in a laboratory environment.  The candidate must also possess demonstrated leadership capabilities, and the ability to mentor others.  The ability to actively contribute to multiple drug development projects simultaneously is required.