Senior IVD Development Scientist

Shuwen Biotech Co., Ltd.
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Job Description

We are an innovative diagnostic company with patented biomarkers and diagnostic technologies.  We are seeking a Ph.D. graduate with or without postdoc experience to join our in vitro diagnostic kit development team and will be responsible for diagnostic field survey, monitoring and analysis, new project proposals, IVD kit design and development.  Will also be involved in regulatory filings, and clinical trials, and business development.


The candidate must:

have a Ph.D. degree in life sciences, with at least two years of life and research experience in the US, Europe, Canada, or Australia/New Zealand;

have a good understanding of molecular biology and immunology;

possess excellent written skills and oral communication skills;

exhibit good logical analysis and problem solving skills;

proficiency in spoken and written English. proficiency in Chinese a plus.

How to Apply

please email your resume to:, with subject title: "senior IVD development scientist".

About Our Organization

With an integrated diagnostic business covering IVD kits, reference lab testing services, CDx development and clinical trial support, Shuwen is an emerging leader in the medical diagnostic field in China.  Through in-licensing and international partnership, we have acquired exclusive rights to a series of valuable biomarkers for disease prevention, diagnosis, and personalized management.  We are working with some of world's most prestigious institutions and companies marketing or developing some of the most innovative diagnostic products in the world. 

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