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Research Assistant/Scientist - Translation

Cambridgeshire   •  Negotiable  •  Permanent, Full time


Research Associate/Scientist - Translation

Discovery

Permanent

Competitive

Our Cambridge based client is a clinical research organisation that focuses on the use of T Cell therapeutics to support the field of Immuno-Oncology. Having developed a novel therapeutic platform to overcome common challenges within research, they have created an impressive pipeline of both in-house and sponsored projects. To support their ongoing success and growth, they are looking to expand their research teams across a number of specialist areas, one of which is their translational biology team.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist in development and optimisation of bioanalytical methods for pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic assessments for internal use or transfer to external partners
  • Assist in assay development and optimisation around anti-drug antibody quantitation and characterisation for internal use or transfer to external partners
  • Carry out in-house bioanalytical sample analysis on pre-clinical and clinical samples
  • Biochemical determination of molecular properties relating to drugs and drug targets
  • Human samples tracking including LIMS inventory to ensure human materials ethics and tissue storage compliance
  • For the scientist position: Develop in house organoids methodologies and optimise and deploy cell-based assays such as flow cytometry and immunoassays to investigate target engagement

Ideal Candidate:

  • Masters in a relevant field or equivalent and industrial or clinical laboratory experience highly desirable
  • Experience working in a regulated lab environment (GLP/GCP/GMP) is highly desirable
  • Practical experience in one or more of the following: immunoassay, cell culture, flow cytometry
  • Proven ability to interact collaboratively within a team
  • Ability to synthesise data and communicate high-level findings to senior stakeholders
  • Experience developing or validating bioanalytical methods is desirable
  • Theoretical and practical knowledge of cell/molecular biology is desirable
  • Experience using or managing Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) is desirable

If you are interest in applying, then please use an updated copy of your CV in word


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  • Agency: SRG
  • Reference: J2164495
  • Posted: 5th May 2022
  • Expires: 2nd June 2022

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