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Associate Scientist, Immuno-Oncology

Seattle, Washington, US
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Jan 15, 2022

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Conservation science
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Associate Scientist, Immuno-Oncology

OncoResponse Inc
. is a clinical stage, privately held immuno-oncology biotech company developing cancer immunotherapies using clues from the immune systems of elite cancer responders. In a broad strategic alliance with MD Anderson Cancer Center, OncoResponse deploys a proprietary B-cell discovery platform to identify and develop novel therapeutics targeting the tumor microenvironment. The company's lead candidate, OR2805, has entered clinical studies with a unique and transformative approach to the advancement of cancer therapeutics. Be part of an exciting discovery process in the fight against cancer.

OncoResponse offers a team-oriented, stimulating work environment, along with competitive compensation, benefits and stock options. Join a small, growing company and make a big difference! Please visit

Please note: We are following robust COVID infection prevention guidelines. All of our employees who work on site are required to present proof of full vaccination status (unless they have a medical or other legal exemption).

To apply, please email your resume and a cover letter to

OncoResponse seeks an Immuno-Oncology Associate Scientist to support the preclinical development of antibody cancer therapeutics. The successful candidate will be responsible for the characterization of human or murine cellular immune response. Responsibilities of the position include execution of cell-based functional assays using human and murine primary cells and establishing readouts characterizing the selection and MOA of antibodies modulating the tumor microenvironment.


  • Perform protein purifications, protein modifications, and protein analytics;
  • The design, execution, and interpretation of human and murine in vitro experiments related to the discovery and development of antibodies modulating the tumor microenvironment;
  • Execute in vitro studies in collaboration with immuno-oncology project leads; May support multiple projects;
  • Plan and execute cell-based murine and human in vitro models to characterize immunomodulatory antibodies;
  • Develop and implement immunological assays for antibody evaluation and specific target validation;
  • Manage experimental studies and timelines in a team environment;
  • Complete studies, and document and present finds orally and in written reports;
  • Work independently, establish strategies, and identify actionable undertakings that drive projects.
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