2 weeks ago
Cambridge Competitive Permanent
Job Reference: 2112936
Research Scientist – Target Identification and Validation – Cambridge
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Research Scientist with a background target identification and validation to join a young, fast-growing biotech company based in Cambridge. The company have recently secured a large round of funding and it is an ideal time to be joining them as they look to double in size!
As a Research Scientist, you will contribute to cell and molecular biology advances for the development of the company’s target discovery platform, across a variety of exciting therapeutic areas.
- Develop in vitro cell-based assays to support target identification/validation projects and development of the drug discovery platform.
- Contribute to the development of disease-relevant cell models across a range of therapeutic areas. -Design and perform studies to validate novel targets using genetic editing, and chemical biology approaches.
- Interpret experimental data, troubleshoot, and deliver high-quality data packages and reports.
-Scoping the industry to keep an up-to-date knowledge of emerging technologies
-Presenting data both internally and for external parties
- Ideally educated to PhD level, or equivalent industry experience
-Wide-ranging experience of mammalian cell culture, including cell model generation and assay development.
-Broad experience in cell biology techniques, including transfection, immunofluorescence microscopy and flow cytometry.
- Experience in CRISPR technologies for target identification and validation
- Experience in molecular biology techniques, including DNA extractions, primer design, PCR and RT-PCR.
If you are an enthusiastic Scientist who is looking to join a company with a wonderful culture and innovative science then please apply now. For more information please contact Lauren Gripton at Paramount Recruitment – 0121 616 3465 / firstname.lastname@example.org
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