Develop complex primary immune cell based assays, execute high-throughput screens using a variety of readout technologies, and evaluate hits for therapeutic potential.
Contribute to development of new screening technologies and discovery platforms as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
Perform laboratory bench work and present scientific findings and project updates to line and/ or senior management.
Collaborate effectively with other scientists/project leads on assigned projects.
Execute experiments and scientific tasks with high level of independence, scientific rigor, and curiosity.
Ph.D. in immunology, cancer immunology, or cell biology with 0-5 years of post-doctoral research experience; biopharmaceutical industry experience in the fields of human immunology or cancer immunotherapy is preferred.
Expertise in mammalian cell culture, with both primary and immortalized cells, is required.
Significant expertise with in vitro cell based assays utilizing primary cells is required; experience with myeloid cell populations such as monocytes, dendritic cells, or macrophages is preferred.
Experience with relevant technologies ( e.g. gene expression, multiplex protein analysis, microscopy, and flow cytometry) and with high-throughput automated robotic systems is desired.
Outstanding scientist with demonstrated success in technical proficiency, scientific creativity, and critical thinking.
Excellent communication skills and ability to present to a wide variety of audiences .
Strong interpersonal skil1s and proven ability to collaborate in a team setting .
Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced dynamic environment while delivering high quality work.