Scientist - SPR - Job ID:6164

Responsibilities of the Scientist - SPR:

  • Responsible for determining antibody/antigen binding constants
  • Characterize antibodies and protein targets using typical analytical tools in protein chemistry (FPLC, HPLC, SDS-PAGE, IEF, etc.).
  • Study protein-protein interactions by measuring binding kinetics and affinity on biosensor instruments (Biacore and ForteBio).
  • Contribute any additional data useful to antibody screening, lead identification and target validation.
  • Communicate efficiently with team members on deliverables and timelines.
  • Execute clear and up-to-date record keeping. 

Requirements of the Scientist - SPR:

  • PhD with 3+ years of academic/industry experience.
  • Proven track record in protein chemistry, with deep understanding of key concepts in protein purification, protein characterization and protein-protein interaction.
  • Experience with SPR and Biacore is required.
Email resume in Microsoft Word format to: jobs@cwsciences.com

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