Research Associate, Bioassays
Responsibilities of the Research Associate, Bioassays:
- Developing robust biochemical assays for compound profiling, high-throughput screening, and mechanistic studies.
- Providing small molecule inhibition data throughout different stages of drug discovery programs.
- Supporting automated sample preparation for mass spectrometry-based screening platforms.
- Designing and executing experiments to study the mechanism of inhibition of small molecule inhibitors in biochemical and/or cell-based assays.
- Drafting assay protocols/SOPs.
- Managing internal and external assay data, recording experiments and uploading data into electronic lab notebook.
- Using decision making, organizational and communication skills to effectively collaborate with colleagues in biology, chemical biology, and medicinal chemistry.
- Presenting data and findings at various venues, including project team, department, and company meetings.
Requirements of the Research Associate, Bioassays:
- BS/MS in Biochemistry, Biology or a related field, with 1-3 years experience (Research Associate) or more than 5 years experience (Sr. Research Associate) supporting drug discovery projects.
- Commitment to the highest-quality research with outstanding organizational abilities and scientific execution.
- A deep and broad understanding of assay development, automation systems, and compound management in drug discovery.
- Experience in biochemical assays with a variety of detection methods in 96 and 384-well plates.
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