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BioProcesss Development is seeking a highly motivated and experienced scientist in the Cell Line Development group to help develop and characterize early and late stage mammalian commercial cell lines to support innovative biological pipeline projects. The successful candidate should have an in-depth understanding of cell biology, molecular genetics and working experience with next generation sequencing data using common NGS tools and integrating complex 'omics data. Candidate must have experience in executing complex study designs requiring highly organized data collection and management. The selected candidate will be expected to work independently, including proactive planning, trouble shooting and successful execution of complex experimental protocols for cell line development and technology assessment. The selected candidate will be developed to serve as a technical lead and functional area representative on project teams. Qualifications:
- PhD in Molecular Biology, Genetics, Biochemistry, or related Biological Sciences with a minimum of 4 years of post-doctoral experience in industry and or academia or MS degree in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, or related Biological Sciences with at least 8 years of cell culture related experience.
- Experienced in Next Generation Sequencing and current NGS data analysis tools.
- Experienced in pathway analysis of transcriptome profile with common analysis tools.
- Experience in mammalian cell culture.
- Experienced in chromosome spreading and FISH techniques.
- Deep knowledge of DNA vector design and construction.
- Experienced in genome editing with mammalian cells.
- Experience of database and statistical software (e.g. Excel, Access, JMP)
- Familiar with method of cell count, cell viability measurement, ELISA and FACS staining.
- Demonstrated hands on expertise of automation and high throughput screening; analysis and interpretation data.
- Candidate has experience in handling large number of sample preparation and analysis and generating reports.
- Experience in equipment programming and maintenance including liquid handlers and small scale column chromatography, i.e. Tecan, FACS Aria and Waters UPLC.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills to work in team environment.
- Excellent project leadership skills in driving for results and innovation.
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