The Biology group is seeking self-motivated, collaborative and highly skilled individuals, at various levels, who wish to play a key role in advancing novel immunotherapy drug candidates from the discovery phase into the clinic. We currently have openings for individuals who enjoy working as part of a multi-disciplinary drug discovery team.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the implementation of in vitro immune model systems using both primary human and mouse cells in order to determine the efficacy of our drugs candidates to reverse immune suppression. He/she will also play a key part in the execution of in vivo studies as well as the ex vivo analysis of immune cell populations.
The role requires a 5+ years' experience with common in vitro human immunology techniques such as ELISA, flow cytometry, T cell activation and differentiation of immune cells. Experience with in vivo pharmacology, particularly with syngeneic mouse tumor models as well as ex vivo analysis of immune populations is highly desired. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written, are required along with a flexibility, problem-solving and the ability to focus on time-sensitive objectives.