Scientist -Immunology Screening

Scientist -Immunology Screening
  • £35,000 - £42,000 per Annum
    ANNUM
  • Permanent
  • Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, UK cb25 9ee Cambridge Cambridgeshire UK cb25 9ee
Job Ref: J2159613
Sector: Science
Sub-sector: Biotech/Life Sciences
Date Added: 29 March 2021
Scientist - Immunology Screening Cambridge Permanent

Scientist - Immunology screening

Permanent

Cambridge

£35 - 42k per annum

Role profile:

  • Key area of responsibility is the planning, preparation and execution of immunological-based screening assays in primary immune cells, through use of CRISPR, RNAi or compound-based technologies

  • Prepare accurate, quality-driven data packages and reports, to be presented to external clients detailing your findings

  • Interpret and interrogate results, troubleshoot issues with assay performance and guide on next steps

  • Maintain an active interest in emerging fields of study, up-and-coming techniques and apply these to your current bench experimental activities

  • Adhere to all organisational SOPs, ISO regulations and workflows to ensure consistency and quality across all endeavours

Your background:

  • PhD or equivalent in a relevant area of research (Immunology, Oncology, Biotechnology, Cell Biology etc)

  • Proven experience of handling primary human immune cells and working with standard immunological assays (CRISPR, CRISPRa, RNAi)

  • Background in working with high through-put assays and liquid handling automation

  • Experience with transfection, transduction and techniques to modulate gene expression in mammalian cells (CRISPR-Cas9, siRNA, shRNA etc)

  • Background of working in a commercial industry setting with exemplary communication skills, strong work ethic and an agile approach

  • Excellent planning and preparation skills, high accuracy and attention to detail

SRGTalent
28/04/2021 16:54:30
GBP 35000.00 42000.00 Annum
Contact Consultant:
Bec Johnston2

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