Research Scientist

Job Location
54 West 40th Street
New York, NY 10018
Job Description

Celmatix is a research-driven precision medicine company focused on maximizing fertility. We seek a Research Scientist to join our growing interdisciplinary team of biologists, bioinformatics scientists, and data scientists. This role provides both a platform for engaging in fundamental research discoveries and for rapidly translating those breakthroughs into groundbreaking new products that impact patient outcomes. 


The key responsibilities of this role include:

  • Participating in functional annotation of the human genome with respect to fertility potential

  • Participating in joint research projects with collaborators in academic groups focused on expanding our fundamental understanding of the molecular drivers of fertility potential

  • Collaborating internally on the development of digital tools and processes designed to streamline discovery

  • Working closely with the product team and software developers on new product features

  • Taking the lead in developing presentations, publication-ready papers, and meeting abstracts

    An ideal candidate would have proven experience:

  • Working in a highly collaborative environment on interdisciplinary research projects

  • Efficiently acquiring new technical skills or shifting domain expertise over the course of career development and training period

  • Communicating research discoveries through meeting presentations, publications, and grant applications

  • Communicating research findings through lectures and publications

    An ideal candidate would have the following academic background and concrete skills:

  • MD or PhD in the Biological Sciences or a related field from a top tier training program

  • Proficiency in the fundamentals of molecular genetics and cell biology

  • Exposure to genomics, statistical analysis, and data science are preferred but not required

  • Strong organizational, written, and communication skills

  • Good analytical and problem solving abilities

  • A proven publication record

  • Experience in genetic biomarker discovery research is preferred but not required

  • Experience in reproductive biology or early development is preferred but not required

    The ideal candidate will have the following characteristics:

  • Enjoys working in a highly collaborative environment with a diverse team to tackle complex problems

  • Is disciplined and driven to deliver ongoing research results

  • Has a positive attitude with a willingness to roll up their sleeves and do what it takes to get the job done

  • Is highly organized

  • Is a strong written and verbal communicator

  • Has a diligent work ethic with emphasis on execution 

How to Apply

Please send your updated CV and cover letter to [email protected] with the job title “Research Scientist” in the subject heading.

About Our Organization

Recently named one of Crain's "Biotechs to Watch," Celmatix is changing the face of women’s health through the development of digital tools and diagnostics focused on female fertility. Our unique approach combines data science and genomics on a proprietary platform that is bringing precision medicine to fertility. Our leadership team includes a diverse group of world-class scientists and professionals, including a Founder who was most recently recognized by Inc Magazine as one of the 10 Women to Watch in Tech, Crain's 40 Under 40, and named both a New York City Venture Fellow by the New York City Economic Development Corporation and a Life Sciences Fellow by the New York Biotechnology Association. 

Overlooking Bryant Park in the heart of New York City, Celmatix is looking to add talented and accomplished individuals to its fast-growing team. We offer a full range of benefits including competitive compensation, excellent medical insurance, pre- tax FSA and transit benefits, and a 401k retirement plan.

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