Senior Research Associate
Nuredis, Inc. discovers and develops small molecule therapies for a group of inherited neurodegenerative and neuromuscular diseases, aiming to treat the cause of disease rather than just managing symptoms. Nuredis was founded in 2016 based on technology licensed from Stanford, with facilities in Menlo Park. Nuredis is looking for a self-driven candidate who will be an integral member of our dynamic and highly motivated research team, to make significant contributions to therapeutic development.
The current position to be filled is a Senior Research Associate. The candidate will be expected to perform in vitro assays to determine therapeutic efficacy of small molecules in our therapeutic pipeline and to assist the development of new assays for future clinical diagnosis to measure biochemical markers of therapeutic effects. The scope of work includes running compound screening assays and performing a variety of molecular and biochemical assays to evaluate drug efficacy. Documenting experimental processes and generating reports will also be essential duties.
- Bachelor or Master degree in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, or related fields.
- Ability to perform experiments with minimal supervision
- Ability to work as a productive member in a dynamic and highly collaborative team; high level of energy, enthusiasm, and good communication skills
- Must be legally authorized to work in the United States
Candidates with direct experience in the following areas will be given priority.
- More than 4-year Industry experience
- Reliable and steady hands in cell culture handling
- Experience in ELISA assay
- Nucleic acid and protein handling, including DNA and RNA purification and quantification; qRT-PCR, Western blotting, immuno-staining and other immunochemical techniques
- Ability to precisely document experimental procedures; clearly communicate and present research data
To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to HR [at] nuredis [dot] com, with the subject line “Nuredis Application: Senior Research Associate.”