Associate Scientist - Job ID:4547


Associate Scientist will join a group dedicated to the development of therapeutics for disease. The main responsibilities will include the development of cell-based assays and gene knockdown experiments.


  • BS/MS with 4+ years experience or a PhD with 0-1 years post graduate experience performing molecular and cell based assays including cloning, transfections, PCR, westerns, etc.
  • Must have experience with gene knockdown techniques and mammalian cell culture.

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

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