Scientist (Skeletal Diseases)
The Skeletal Diseases group is looking for a PhD level Scientist to work in the area of cartilage biology and cartilage regeneration for osteoarthritis. They would be responsible for coordinating and running in vivo and in vitro experiments to understand cartilage biology and investigate ways of regenerating or repairing cartilage in models of osteoarthritis.
As a Scientist in Skeletal Diseases, a typical day may include the following:
- Developing and executing animal models to further our understanding of cartilage biology and repair
- Independently designing and executing in vivo experiments to test genetically engineered mice and potential therapeutics in disease models.
- Working with the Imaging Sciences group to optimize analysis of animal models of osteoarthritis.
- May involve coordinating with CROs to run potential larger animal models.
- Keeping up to date with current advances in cartilage biology and regeneration using literature and attending meetings/conferences in this field.
- May directly or indirectly lead, guide, and assist Research Associates in conducting research.
- Championing their projects independently while still working as part of a team to explore research questions and carryout experiments to answer them
- The candidate is expected to work creatively and collaboratively in a dynamic team environment, and to present their research findings to interdisciplinary teams.
This role may be for you if:
- You have strong organizational skills including the ability to manage several projects simultaneously
- You are able to communicate, both written and verbal and enjoy working in a collaborative environment
This role requires a minimum of a PhD in a relevant scientific discipline with a minimum of 3 years post-doctoral experience (in academia or industry). This experience must include the ability to plan, conduct and analyze experiments both in vivo and in vitro. Additional requirements include: Experience working with mice, with experience working with rats a plus, Experience with in vivo and ex-vivo imaging modalities. Cell culture, cell line production with experience with stem/progenitor cell biology a plus. Ability to analyze and present scientific results to multidisciplinary teams and senior management.
Level will be commensurate with experience.
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