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Research Associates

Cambridge, MA


Help to establish protocols around differentiation of primary immune cells, including extensive tissue culture work (maintenance, expansion, and banking)

Handling and analyzing workflows pertaining to cellular differentiation and profiling with downstream qRT-PCR, protein quantification, and other molecular readouts

Cloning of constructs to support cellular engineering efforts

Detailed record-keeping and protocol refinement as related to molecular and cellular assays

Facilitate efficient transfer of assays to CRO partners where applicable


Bachelor’s and 2+ years, or Master’s and 1+ years experience in a biopharmaceutical or biotechnology company

Experience in molecular biology techniques and cell culture (primary immune cells, B cells preferred)

Proven ability to establish and troubleshoot molecular biology assays

Excellent written and communication skills, ability to present scientific data

Ability to work collaboratively in a team setting and independently as needed

Clear demonstration of reproducible science with an attention to detail

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