Research Associate, in Vitro Immunology - Job ID:6564

Responsibilities of the Research Associate, in Vitro Immunology:

  • Identify, characterize and advance targets 
  • Assist in executing/troubleshooting experiments to support in vitro studies
  • Perform a wide-range of assays, including multiplex flow cytometry, mixed lymphocyte reaction, proliferation assay, ELISA, Luminex, reporter assays and etc.
  • Document experimental activities and data analysis thoroughly and accurately in electronic notebook
 
Requirements of the Research Associate, in Vitro Immunology: 
  • BS/MS with 2+ years industry experience.
  • Experience with mammalian cell culture required, primary immune cell culture preferred
  • Experience with plate based assays such as ELISA or Luminex
  • In lieu of plate based assays, protein purification experience will be considered
 
Benefits include paid time off, health insurance, and matching 401K plan
 
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