New Haven, Connecticut
Home to Yale University, New Haven is a city filled with education, culture, as well as medicine! This area is home to and supports some of the best hospitals and medical facilities in the country. Located on the coast of Long Island Sound, New Haven was the first planned city in America and can be seen throughout the city in its architecture and culture. Look no further for a new location for your healthcare career.
Immunology Scientist Responsibilities:
Lead experimental investigation of the biological function of drug targets in autoimmune and immune-oncology therapeutic areas
Contribute to genetics-based evaluation of drug targets and initiation of new drug discovery programs
Hands-on development and execution of biochemical and cell-based assays for target validation and new therapeutic development through activity and mechanism of action studies
Hands-on development of core technical capabilities within therapeutic focus areas
Potential for project leadership of preclinical drug development programs and supervision of one or more scientific researcher
Immunology Scientist Qualifications:
Ph.D. in biological sciences
Minimum of 5 years’ post-Ph.D. experience in basic research or drug discovery
Strong working knowledge of immunology and/or deep knowledge in at least one disease area
Exceptional laboratory skills, with demonstrated proficiency in the development and execution of primary immune cell assays (T cell and/or myeloid cell). Experience with CRISPR in primary cells preferred.
Proven track record via high quality publications and/or patent applications.
Excellent interpersonal communication, organizational and leadership skills with the ability to work independently and in a fast-paced team environment
Biotechnology or pharmaceutical industry experience