Research Associate/Sr. Research Associate - Hayward, CA | Biospace
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Research Associate/Sr. Research Associate

Arcus Biosciences

Hayward, CA
Posted Date:
Position Type:
Full time
Job Code:
Required Education:
Bachelors Degree
Areas of Expertise Desired:
Animal, Animal Services, Assistant, Associate, Biology, Biology Research, Biotechnology, Drug Discovery, In Vivo, Lab Assistant, Laboratory, Oncology, Pharmaceutical, Pharmacology, Research, Surgery, Vivo,

Job Description

We are seeking a talented and experienced Research Associate/Senior Research Associate to join the Biology Department at Arcus Biosciences.  The Biology department is responsible for developing and conducting in vitro and in vivo pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic assays to support all research projects. This individual will work closely with colleagues with the Biology group as well as those in Medicinal Chemistry and Pharmacokinetics.


This position requires a minimum of a BS in a relevant scientific discipline, and 2-5 years’ experience in a biotechnology/pharmaceutical setting. The successful candidate should have significant experience with in vivo pharmacology. He/she should enjoy working in an interdisciplinary environment, be an excellent team player, demonstrate flexibility and responsiveness to project needs, and be committed to lead by example in the laboratory.
•   Experience with common rodent handling techniques, dose routes including P.O., I.V. S.C. is required
•   A proven track record of executing pharmacology studies in syngeneic mouse tumor models is highly desired
•   The successful candidate should have strong experimental design and troubleshooting skills, and data analysis capabilities; i.e. Prism and all MS Office products
•   Excellent communication, presentation, collaboration and organizational skills are required
The successful candidate will be a highly motivated self-starter, enjoy working both independently and collaboratively in a fast-paced team environment to aid in the discovering new therapies for cancer.