Preclinical Research associate/Vivo Models AP9415604 (CS)
New Haven, CT
- Experience within Vivo handling procedures including restraint, injections (i.v., i.p., s.c., i.m.), gavage, bleeding and anesthetics required.
- Experience with dissection and tissue harvesting and processing required.
- Experience with X-Ray or other molecular imaging modalities highly preferred.
- Experience in protein and molecular biology techniques (MSD, ELISA, Western Blot, PCR) preferred.
- Experience with electronic notebook documentation practices preferred.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to perform under pressure to deliver consistent results under tight deadlines.
- Ability to work independently and in groups to solve problems.
- Experience with Microsoft Office, graphing and statistical programs.
- BS 2-5 years or MS 0-2 years of experience in the development and utilization of in vivo models in an academic, medical or pharmaceutical/biotechnology environment
- BIOTECHNOLOGY, ENZYMATIC, IMAGING, MICROSOFT OFFICE, VIVO
- X-RAY, ADME, DOCUMENTATION, DRUG DEVELOPMENT, ELISA, EXCELLENT WRITTEN, EXCELLENT WRITTEN AND VERBAL COMMUNICATION SKILLS, MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, PCR, PRECLINICAL, VITRO, WESTERN BLOT, WRITING PROTOCOLS
Minimum Degree Required:
- Bachelor's Degree
We are looking for a highly motivated Research Associate II level to work in a dynamic preclinical environment focused on delivering clinically translatable solutions to advancing drug development. The position involves the design and execution of in vivo and in vitro wet-lab activities both independently and in team settings. Interfacing with cross-functional scientists and staff members throughout Research is a significant responsibility for this position. Occasional weekend work is part of the job description.
- Executing in vivo studies to explore mechanisms of action, PK/PD relationships of compounds, and proof of concept studies.
- Performing specialized in vivo imaging techniques to innovate discovery research, accelerate development timelines and improve clinical translatability.
- Designing, developing and conducting novel in vitro/ex vivo assays (plate-based assays, enzymatic assays, etc) as required.
- Contributing to writing protocols, study design, data reporting, and result interpretation.