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Job: Cell & Tissue Development Lead, BIOMILQ, Durham, NC

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General Information


Job title:
Cell & Tissue Development Lead
Job location:
Durham, NC  27709 United States
Requisition code:
Date posted:
11/10/2020
Compensation:
Job category:
Research and Development
Employment type:
Full time

Job Description


Passionate about global nutrition? Worried about the effects on our climate due to animal agriculture? Ready to put your technical skills to create positive change in the world?

Us to!

We are looking for a PhD level cell line development scientist, engineer, or regenerative medicine expert to join our team in Durham, North Carolina!

You are a technical leader

You have conducted experimental research involving mammalian cell culture in multiple formats, biological and biochemical assays, and microscopic analysis
You are comfortable performing critical analyses and interpreting data for actionable decision-making that impacts the greater company
As a life-long learner you keep a pulse on current relevant scientific literature and advancement to share back with the broader team
You like to move fast, but are able to maintain meticulous record-keeping and diligence in our scientific process, which you will help safe-guard
You are a cross-functional powerhouse

You enjoy working hand in hand with CSO & CEO to develop written materials for funding applications, investor updates, and publishable works
You thrive when your input for scientific strategic skills is leveraged, is actively engaging in regular scientific and broader all-hands team meetings
You have an innate ability to articulate complex topics to a scientific audience as well as your business team
You love tackling challenging problems with a team

You believe in our mission of working towards better infant nutrition, women's health, and sustainability
As a conscientious teammate you're curious to learn from co-workers and share your personal passions
You enjoy working collaboratively with a broad and diverse team and stepping outside of your comfort zone
You're naturally inclined to think critically and creatively to work through murky problems with limited resources
Ambiguity is your jam and you're able to strive ahead without direction
You hold yourself and others to the utmost ethical standards in all scientific and professional endeavors
Qualifications & Preferred Experience

Job Requirements


PhD in molecular, cell, or developmental biology, tissue engineering, or similar, or Master’s degree +3 years hands-on research experience, including independent hypothesis generation, experimental design, implementation, and analysis
Experience in mentoring junior scientists is a plus
Background knowledge of cell physiology and behavior, including cell-cell and cell-matrix interactions, signaling cascades, intracellular transport, and polarization
Experience with mammalian cell culture using multiple formats, including 2D, Transwell, organoid, and bioreactor models
Previous experience with cell-based manufacturing, understanding of cell culture scale-up and/or bioprocess and bioreactor design considerations
Extensive experience with mammalian cell culture and cell line generation, preferred with adherent cell types, including primary tissue processing and cell immortalization, selection, and screening based on desired characteristics
Proficiency with molecular biology methodologies, including PCR, Sanger sequencing and NGS, gene expression analysis, library screening, vector design, and genetic transduction
Experience with biochemistry techniques, including lysate preparation, electrophoresis, Western blotting, and 'metabolomic' analyses
Expertise with enzymatic or immunological assays such as ELISA
Experience with biological specimen preparation, including histological sectioning, immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence, wide field and confocal microscopy, flow cytometry and cell sorting
(Job number: 3957430)
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