Bristol-Myers Squibb Company

Senior Scientist, Protein Interactions and Characterization (48)

Location
Redwood City, CA, US
Posted
Nov 24, 2018
Ref
R1507908
Required Education
Doctorate/PHD/MD
Position Type
Full time
Job Title: Protein interactions and Characterization Scientific Leader, Senior Scientist 1

Protein Analytics. This group characterizes therapeutic antibodies, antigens and their interactions

Purpose/Objective of the job

Characterization of antibody-antigen interactions and the proteins themselves in order to better understand the biological effects of monoclonal antibodies

Key Responsibilities and Major Duties
Function as site and company-wide subject matter expert on antigen-antibody physical interactions, protein characterization and quantitation in biological fluids and tissues. Interact with all elements with the Protein Analytics Group and other group in BMS to lead in-depth studies on specific targets and scientific projects. Present data and develop high level strategies for the study of antibody-antigen interaction, characterization and quantitation.

(Disclaimer: The responsibilities listed above are only a summary and other responsibilities will be requirements as assigned)

List of minimum requirements
  • Degree/Certification/Licensure PhD
  • Experience -
    • Function as SME
    • Lead small teams for problem solving
    • 10+ years of experience using a broad repertoire of analytical and computational tools
  • Competencies -
    • Expert level competencies with a wide range of biosensors, mass spectrometers and other characterization tools such as ITC, DSC, UV/Vis/IR spectroscopies, etc. This includes the ability to develop new workflows on these types of instrumentation.
    • Must be highly competent in the use of laboratory automation for high throughput assay development and implementation.
    • Strong understanding of protein-protein interactions on the molecular level.
    • Ability to lead a small well-focused team including the ability to set priorities, adjust workflows, etc.