Biologist III

Cambridge, Massachusetts, US
Closing date
Aug 16, 2022

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Consultancy/Private Sector
Conservation science
Salary Type
Employment Type
Full time
To discuss more about this job opportunity, please reach out to Chitrank Rastogi (LinkedIn URL -, email your updated resume at or give me a call at (425) 523-1648. Thank you!

Job description:

•Impeccable lab practices, including aseptic cell line/primary cell maintenance and stimulation. Self-motivated with excellent attention to detail.
•Demonstrated ability to optimize cell culture conditions, phenotypical assays, Western Blot, migration/contraction assays (fibroblasts), viability assays, qPCR, ELISA/multiplex protein assays.
•Experience with systems relevant to human lung/skin fibrosis such as airway epithelial cells, fibroblasts, smooth muscle cells, and endothelium.
•Familiar with co-culture, tissue explants, airway-liquid interface assays, 3D/microfluidic/chip systems a plus.
•Aptitude to communicate in a virtual environment and a hybrid office/virtual setting
•Proficient at maintaining accurate and well-organized records and laboratory electronic notebooks.

Notes from Intake Call:

•Years of experience/education and/or certifcations required:
•3-5 years hands-on acdademia/industry experience
•BS/MS degree in Biology

What are the top 3-5 skills requirements should this person have?

•ELISA, Western Blot
•Human Cells
•Micro- Aseptic techniques, cell culture, cell plating and staining / Molecular- Assays, blotting, PCR, PAGE, electrophoresis

What is a nice to have (but not required) regarding skills, requirements, experience, education, or certification?

•a) Familiarity with omics studies
•b) Experience with fibrosis"

Biologist,Biological Sciences ,genomics,proteomics,phenomics ,ELISA,Fibroblasting,Western Blot,Human Cells,Aseptic techniques,cell culture,Molecular- Assays,PCR,electrophoresis,Biotechnology ,Pharma ,Pharmaceuticals

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