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Molecular Biologist (Senior)

Employer
Freyr Solutions, Client: Global Pharma company
Location
South San Francisco, California, US
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
Jun 19, 2024

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Sector
Academic / Research
Field
Conservation science
Discipline
Other
Salary Type
Salary
Employment Type
Full time
Freyr is hiring for a leading pharmaceutical client!!
Job Title: Senior Research Scientist - Molecular Biology
Work location: Lab based role at South San Francisco, CA
Duration: Long term contract

Qualifications:
Education: B.S/B.A/M.S/PHD in biology, chemistry, biochemistry, or molecular biology

Required Experience and Skills:
• B.S/B.S with minimum 5+ years'; Masters with 3+ years'; PHD with 1-2 years' of relevant work experience in industry or academia
• Knowledge in molecular biology techniques, including RNA/DNA isolation and NGS library preparation.
• Experience with RNA/DNA QC platforms such as the Fragment analyzer, Agilent Bioanalyzer or Tapestation.
• Experience with RT-qPCR methods and platforms.

Responsibilities:
This is a molecular biology position in the Molecular Profiling group, performing gene expression profiling using targeted and NGS technologies to support basic research, preclinical and development activities, and translational biomarker work.
This high throughput lab requires an organized, highly motivated individual who is capable of multitasking projects in a collaborative environment.

Job includes, but is not limited to:
• RNA/DNA isolation from various tissues/cells from human, non-human primate, and rodents.
• Targeted gene expression profiling using NanoString or other RT-qPCR systems.
• Library prep and QC of samples for use with NGS platforms.
• NGS sequencing Illumina MiSeq and Novaseq platforms.
• Presenting relevant data and results.

For more details and prompt consideration, please share your resume and we can schedule a call to discuss further.

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