Scientist, Stromal Biology
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The Tumor Microenvironment Thematic Research Center (TME TRC) at Bristol Myers Squibb is focused on developing therapeutic targets at the intersection of tumor, stromal and immune biology with the goal of enhancing responsiveness to immune checkpoint blockade, targeted and cell therapies. Comprised of scientists across multiple disciplines, we are responsible for the biology and translational science required to support drug development from target identification through proof-of-concept (POC) studies in cancer patients.
The Stromal Biology group is seeking a highly motivated Scientist to aide in the advancement of therapeutic targets in drug discovery and early development. The candidate will design and execute studies to validate target biology, characterize drug candidates (large and small), and explore combinatorial therapeutic strategies. The candidate will be expected to effectively collaborate with colleagues across functional groups, and have excellent communication skills. Strong technical skills with a background in stromal biology and/or immunology is desired.
B.S. with 5-15 years of relevant experience, M.S. with 6-10 years of relevant experience, or PhD with 2-4 years of experience in molecular/cell biology, immunology or related field is required
Industry experience in drug discovery or translational research is a plus
Experience with multi-color flow cytometry is required
Experience in isolation, characterization and functional assay development using primary cells of rodent and/or human origin is desired
Able to interpret and summarize scientific data in a clear and concise manner
Understanding of, and experience in assay development related to, the TME (with emphasis on cancer associated fibroblasts, endothelial cells, and extracellular matrix) a plus
Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a dynamic and innovative research environment
Flexibility and interest in learning new techniques and skills in accordance with the research program needs
Detail-oriented, with excellent organizational, and record-keeping skills
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