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We're looking for a Scientist I
, working in Pharmaceuticals and Medical Products
industry in 211 2nd Avenue, Waltham, Massachusetts, 02451, United States
- Develops and validates of a variety of biochemical and cell-based assays, following by iteratively testing compound potencies and characteristics.
- Supports HTS/MTS campaigns.
- Works collaboratively with medicinal chemists, biologists, DMPK scientists, etc., presenting his/her results at team meetings and participating in decision-making discussions.
- Brings valuable experiences to address scientific questions, and is expected to be open-minded to learning new skills and new ways to streamline workflows and drive priorities.
Our client is an award-winning clinical development company. Improving lives globally with 20+ years experience in clinical research and strategic resourcing. Elevating results with proven strategies, comprehensive solutions, and customized delivery models.
Serving pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device organizations.
Strong relationships provide you connections and access to great opportunities. Industry expertise sets you up for success with helpful insights, career coaching, and professional training. Grow and learn while you put your skills to work.
Experience Required for Your Success
- BS with over 5 years or MS with 2-3 years of professional experience in developing in vitro assays in the biotech/pharmaceutical environment, or equivalent (No PhD submittals)
- Experience with in MTS/HTS assay development and a strong background in cell biology, biochemistry and enzymology is required
- Strict attention to detail and excellent communication (oral & written) skills are required
- Experience working on early-stage drug discovery project teams is highly desirable
- Experience with assay validation is a plus
What Do You Think?
Does your experience reflect what it takes to be successful in this role? Do the work and challenges get you excited about what's possible?