Pay Rate: Competitive Salary + Excellent Benefits
My client, based in London are looking for a Molecular Biologist to support the development of novel cell and gene therapy medicinal products and associated technologies for multiple clients and collaborators.
The successful candidate will play a central role in applying in-depth technical expertise, to develop molecular biology based assays for viral vector product and impurity characterisation.
- Working in a matrix-team environment contribute expertise and influence the design and planning of laboratory work
- Undertake laboratory-based development activities across a range of projects, applying expert molecular biology knowledge to develop novel assays and support product characterisation
- Plan, write and execute scientific protocols, maintain accurate records and manage data in line with company policies
- Record, analyse and communicate experimental findings in electronic laboratory notebooks, scientific reports, posters and peer-reviewed publications and present results internally and to external collaborators
- PhD in molecular biology or MSc with industrial experience within an appropriate cell and gene therapy environment.
- qPCR and/or ddPCR assay development including primer design, DNA/RNA isolation/purification and PCR quantification using data analysis packages
- Library preparation for sequencing experiments, including next generation sequencing of DNA and RNA transcripts
- ELISA and SPR assay development and optimization
- Multicolour flow cytometry including panel selection, assay optimisation and data analysis
- Experience of assay qualification is desirable
- Experience of mammalian cell culture is desirable
- Experience of performing cell based assays is desirable
This is an excellent opportunity for someone to forge a career in cutting edge science, within a renowned business in London.
Please apply online or call Umul Ahmed on 0203 0964529
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- Agency: SRG
- Reference: J2160410
- Posted: 18th May 2021
- Expires: 15th June 2021