Sr. Associate Scientist, Vaccines
Pfizer is currently developing COVID-19 and influenza vaccines based on mRNA technology as well as vaccines using other approaches.
In partnership with the Director of Viral Vaccines, the individual will work in the next generation of RNA vaccines and other modalities. This is a laboratory-based position in the Viral Vaccines group (Research).
Molecular biology experience including cloning, sequencing analysis, DNA/RNA isolation, In vitro transcription, RT-qPCR, RNA manipulation and data analysis.
Experience in standard cell culture techniques under BSL2 conditions including transfection, electroporation…etc.
Analysis of protein expression in cells using FACS, Western-Blot and immunofluorescence among other techniques.
Other cell-based assays including luciferase expression, ELISA, Luminex, etc.
Assist in all virology experiments including generation of viruses and virology assays.
The candidate should have a Master with at least 4+ years of relevant experience
Skilled in molecular biology
Ability to work well in sight of aggressive timelines and excellence in multitasking Highly organized, detail-oriented individual
Demonstrate curiosity and creative desire to answer scientific questions
OTHER JOB DETAILS
Eligible for Relocation Package
Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus
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