Associate Scientist, Stem Cell Culture (iPSCs)
HireMinds is helping our Biotech client grow their Universal Stem Cell team and needs your expertise in stem cell culture. Our client is taking stem cell therapy to the next level with new iPSC therapies. They need your expertise in culturing iPSC cell lines, banking, and reprogramming for clinical use. You will work with research, manufacturing, and clinical reporting and protocols in creating high-quality stem cells for regenerative medicine programs in this role. You will also work with a collaborative team on internal and external partnered programs in finding successful therapies for patients in need. If you are open to this exciting laboratory role contact the HireMinds Lifesciences team today.
In This Role You Will:
• Execute lab studies on stem cell reprogramming technologies with the goal of creation of clinical grade iPSC lines
• You will bring hands-on expertise with cell reprogramming, stem cell culture techniques, and cell banking of iPSC cell lines
• You will work in characterizing iPSC stem cells with analytical tools: flow cytometry, ELISA, and qPCR
• You will have experience in GLP or GMP-like documentation and help guide scale-up procedures with manufacturing teams for clinical grade cell lines
You Will Be Required To Have:
• MS or BS degree in Cell Biology or Stem Cell related fields with 3+ years laboratory experience in industry biotech or pharmaceutical setting preferred with stem cell focus
• Experience with pluripotent (iPSC) stem cell biology and culturing principles preferred or similar stem cell lines will be considered
• Hands-on experience in molecular biology including: qPCR, CRISPR-Cas9, TALENs, mRNA technologies, etc.
• Ability to execute on testing assays including: Immunostaining, flow cytometry, and ELISA
• Adaptability and eagerness to troubleshoot or evolve with scientific changes as necessary
• Ability to communicate effectively with cross-functional teams and contribute to written reports which will be included in regulatory or clinical filings