Research Associate (Cell Biology)
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
We are setting up to research brain aging and age-related brain diseases. We are seeking talented people who thrive on solving challenging problems and allow them to hone new skills and approaches. The Research Associate (Cell Biology) will support the principal research scientist in executing our projects of cell-based treatment development.
Master’s degree in cell biology or a related field
Minimum of two years of laboratory experience
iPSCs/stem cell culture and differentiation using aseptic techniques is required
Experience in the in vitro NSC/neuronal cell culture is asset
Prior experience with cell-based assays and in vitro immunology assays is highly desired
Highly motivated, hardworking and curious individual with the ability to think innovatively about difficult research problems
Ability to perform a wide variety of tasks – from routine to those which require independent thought and analysis
Ability to learn quickly and to collaborate with others in a geographically distributed team
Strong attention to detail, organized, strong time management skills with the capacity to meet deadlines
Flexibility and ability to respond to changing priorities and project directions
Applicants must be US citizen or Permanent Resident, as required by the government for the company's investor conditions
Major Roles and Responsibilities
Work under the supervision of the lead scientists in R&D projects
In vitro experiments on human fibroblast, NSC, and neuronal cell culture, reprogramming, differentiation, and assay development using the stem cell derivatives
Assist with and perform other experiments as required. Conduct routine lab duties as assigned
Work with the existing team to support and build on current efforts, and also have the opportunity to participate in the creation of new initiatives in strategically targeted areas
181 2nd StSan Francisco, CA
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