Title: Research Associate
Location: Seattle, WA 98109
Duration: 6 Months
The Research Associate in the analytical development team will execute flow cytometry experiments to interrogate the phenotype and function of gene-modified T cell drug products from experimental and clinical manufacturing processes. This is a lab-focused role that will require experimental execution and data analysis. The Research Associate will generate data to support method development for release testing and characterization of gene-engineered T cells.
Bachelor s degree with 0-3 years experience in the field of Immunology, Cell Biology, or Cancer Biology, preferably in an academic or industry setting.
Competency in one or more of the following areas is highly desired: tissue culture, aseptic technique, flow cytometry, and in vitro T cell functional assays.
Working knowledge of flow cytometry analysis software (FlowJo, FACSDiva, FCSExpress, etc.) and visualization tools (JMP, R, Spotfire, Prism, etc.).
Experience with BD flow cytometry instrumentation (FACSCanto, Fortessa, Symphony, etc.).
Proficient with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc).
Excellent time management skills.
Previous experience with assay development preferred, but not required.
Trained in multiparameter flow cytometry.
Prior experience handling and analyzing primary human cells.
General knowledge of cell-based therapeutics and immunology.
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