Sr. Scientist, Gene Editing - Job ID:6439

 Responsibilities of the Sr. Scientist, Gene Editing:

  • Design hypothesis-driven proposals and studies to enable novel target discovery and validation.
  • Advance science from the bench. Design and execute in vitro experiments to validate novel targets using cell lines and primary human cell sources. 
  • Lead the development, optimization, and validation of new assays.
  • Actively participate in internal and external scientific meetings by presenting and critically evaluating emerging scientific literature to contribute to projects.
  • Prioritize tasks and contribute to a highly motivated and productive research team with a sense of urgency and desire to meet project timelines.
 
Requirements of the Sr. Scientist, Gene Editing:
  • PhD with postdoctoral training plus a minimum of 3 years of industry experience in drug discovery/development in oncology, immuno-oncology and other related fields.
  • Strong track record of peer-reviewed publications 
  • Must have experience with CRISPR, mammalian cell based assays, and strong molecular skill (PCR, RNA isolation, molecular cloning).
  • Project Management experience highly desired.
 
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