Associate Scientist II - Job ID:4014


Sr.  Research Associate will join a group dedicated to the development of therapeutics for disease.


  • BS/MS/PhD with 4+ years experience performing molecular and cell based assays
  • Research focused on hematolgy is a plus!
  • Must have experience with gene knockdown techniques.
  • Must have experience with mammalian cell culture.
  • Experience working with RBCs or reserach involving ion channels is a plus

Candidates must live local and be a US Citizen or Green Card Holder

Email resume to:

Commonwealth Sciences is a professional recruiting firm specializing in Science, Engineering and Green Technologies. We unite industry professionals with exciting career opportunities by leveraging our technical expertise, advanced recruiting tools and years of staffing experience. CWS works with a variety of disciplines and levels from Research Associates to Scientists, Engineers, Managers and Directors. Our clients value the basic integrity, customer service and industry expertise that defines our organization.

Commonwealth Sciences, Inc.


Email your resume
Apply now
Email this job listing

Search our career opportunities in Science, Engineering and Green Technologies.

I consider myself lucky to have met such a hard working and sincere person to assist me in finding a job.

Drugs To Watch: Potential Blockbusters Of 2014

Once a Notorious Short Seller, Now Sees A Future In Biotech

Lamb, beef or chicken? 30min test promises to identify mystery meat
Doubts over meat traceability could be allayed with a 30 minute test being developed by AltraTech, an Irish company that has raised €900,000 for its single-use portable semiconductor test kit.

Plastic X-ray detector is suitable for medical use
Researchers have demonstrated what is claimed to be the first X-ray detector on a plastic substrate that is capable of medical-grade performance.

World's Largest Solar Thermal Power Project at Ivanpah Achieves Commercial Operation
NRG Energy announced that the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System is now operational and delivering solar electricity to California customers.

NTU Scientists Make Breakthrough Solar Technology
In the near future, solar panels will not only be more efficient but also a lot cheaper and affordable for everyone, thanks to research by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) scientists.