1.Chemistry or related subject areas
2.Research positions in biology department
2.1: Head of assay development
- knowledge and demonstrated a track record to develop and validate assays (biochemical, cellular, biophysical, other) on cost effective and up-to-date technical platforms
- a good understanding of cell signaling in cancer biology and immunology
- broad experiences in assay trouble shooting and exploration of new technology platforms to enhance the infrastructure for discovery program support
- ability to manage across projects across functional lines
- scientific leadership both at the bench and at data analysis.
- MS degree or PhD degree in biology, cell biology, or immunology ( MS candidate must have 5+ year experiences in industry)
- Comprehensive technical expertise in developing and performing diverse in vitro assays.
Hands-on experience with phenotypic screens
Hands-on experience with confocal imaging, flow, HTRF, qPCR, and cell based assays
- Demonstrated excellence in both written and oral communication and a strong desire to lead in cross functional teams to establish productive collaborations across large portfolios
- A strong desire to succeed in cross functional teams to establish productive collaborations
2.2: Research scientists
- implement assays including cellular assays and plate-based immunoassays
- Keep good records of the experimental procedures and data
- Communicate data clearly to cross-functional teams and collaborators
- MS/BS degree in biology, cell biology, or immunology.
- Attention to details and result oriented.
- Hands-on experience with tissue culture and plate-based immunoassays.
- Strong organizational and communication skills
- Strong planning skills and the ability to multitask to meet tight project deadlines.
- Scientific curiosity for new techniques and knowledge.
- self-motivated and scientifically rigorous with a can-do attitude and mental flexibility for fast-paced industry.