Scientist II - Immuno-Oncology

Job Location
San Diego, CA
Job Description

We have an opening for an Immuno-Oncology Scientist II located at our San Diego based headquarters.
Scientist II Responsibilities:

•Design and characterize bio-printed 3D Oncology tumor tissues across a variety of tumor types, with a particular focus on recapitulating aspects of the tumor immune microenvironment.
•Independently design and fabricate 3D Oncology tissue constructs using Organovo's proprietary technology
•Utilize a battery of assay technologies to characterize bioprinted tissue constructs, including ELISA, qPCR, viability and histology.
•Identify and implement new assay technologies that have an impact on assay throughput and/or performance
•Primary cell culture and maintenance of bioprinted tissues
•Work with customers and management to refine project goals and timelines
•Prepare detailed SOPs that enable transfer of validated assays to project teams and customers
•Summarize data and report results to supervisor and internal groups.
•May report findings to customers
•Adhere closely to defined timelines to meet internal and customer goals, often dealing with multiple projects in parallel
•Direct the work of associates to enable project execution
•Other Duties as assigned.

Scientist II Skills & Experience:

•Ph.D. in Biology or related field, with particular graduate or post-graduate training in immuno-Oncology
•2-4 years post-doctoral experience (academic or industry setting), 1-2 years in an industry setting
•Direct, mentor and lead ...cont.

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