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Scientist I, Biology

Employer
Scientific Search
Location
New York, Iowa, US
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
Dec 7, 2021

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Sector
Academic / Research
Field
Conservation science
Discipline
Biology
Salary Type
Salary
Employment Type
Full time
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The Scientist I, Biology will have responsibility for leading and executing projects as part of the scientific team to ensure the advancement of key programs. Our ideal candidate is an independent thinker with excellent communication skills, responsible designing and executing studies as part of a project team and is also a team player who may take on responsibilities outside his/her scope of work.

Must have a track-record of consistent experimentation, experience with in vitro assays relevant to cancer biology, integrity, and tangible contributions to biopharmaceutical drug programs and/or peer-reviewed publications.

Responsibilities
  • Validation of key targets using the company's unique platform centered on CIN and metastasis
  • Interrogating the biology of CIN and metastasis to yield new mechanistic insights
  • Developing assays to best evaluate therapeutic potential of CIN-targeting therapies
  • Generation of novel cell line models through expression or knockdown/knockout of CIN-relevant genes
  • Using measures of CIN to build novel datasets
Qualifications
  • PhD in a relevant field such as cell biology or cancer biology
  • 5-10+ years cancer biology laboratory experience in an academic and/or industry setting
  • Ability to work independently
Preferred Skills (but Not Required)
  • Advanced microscopy techniques such as live imaging, confocal, or high content microscopy
  • In vitro mitotic assays such as cell cycle synchronization and detection of chromosome abnormalities
  • Flow Cytometry
  • Benchling inventory/registry/ELN system
For immediate consideration please email directly

to: LisaBarrett@ScientificSearch.com and ref JO#16211
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