Senior Research Associate

The Regeneration Center
Job Location
808/8 Thararom 2, Sukhumvit 55 FL 2
Klongton-Nue, Wattana
bangkok Bangkok 10110
Commensurate with Experience

The regeneration center offers excellent benefits including paid Thai holidays,full medical, dental, and vision coverage.

Job Description

The Research Associate will report directly to Director of Operations and will lead a small team to create and manage a portfolio of regenerative medical projects. Duties will include the need to catalog, characterise and finally integrate both in-vitro and in-vivo systems for degenerative medical conditions to further our development efforts.


    •    M.D. or  Ph.D. in molecular biology, neurobiology or relevant postdoctoral training 
    •    2+ years experience as an independent researcher or scientist  
    •    Established track record of academic accomplishments as evidenced by printed publications in known medical journals    
    •    Expertise in both stem cell biology and in the differentiation processes that define cell fates
    •    Experience with in-vitro, in-vivo, and ex-vivo studies
    •    Abilities to both identify, plan, and carryout innovative new programs and showing ability for scientific “problem solving”
    •    Excellent spoken and written communication skills, with effective interpersonal skills that are necessary when dealing with a large team of global collaborators
    •    Ability to work with technical, interdisciplinary teams and with external academic and commercial partners  
    •    Highly self-motivated and should have the ability to work independently
    •    Travel domestically well as internationally to symposiums and conferences as needed
Preferred Skills include:
    •    Knowledge in human genetics
    •    Computational biology
    •    Experience in the biopharmaceutical sector

How to Apply

Qualified candidates can submit their resume to Please include ‘Senior Research Associate’ in the subject line of the email.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for full-time employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, domestic partner status or medical condition.

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