Senior Research Associate, Global Bioassays and Technology

Teva Pharmaceuticals USA
Job Location
West Chester, PA 19380
Job Description

Teva Biologics Assays and Technology has a position at the Teva West Chester site for an analyst experienced in the development and execution of cell-based bioassays (e.g., cell signaling, proliferation, apoptosis assays) for biologic drug product characterization or potency assessment. Prior experience in GMP bioassay testing, assay validation or an understanding of regulated work and compliance desired. Proficiency with data analysis and documentation required. Experience with a variety of biological in-vitro assay systems (e.g. ELISA ligand binding assays, FACs) is preferred. 



•Experience in performance of a variety of cell-based assays
•Experience in GMP biological product testing in ligand binding or cell based assays (preferred).
• Experience in following SOPs. 
• Meticulous attention to detail in following procedures, preparing written documentation and execution of experiments. 
•Good team player
•High level of written and verbal communication skills. 
Qualifications Education: Require a B.S or M.S. in Cell Biology, Biotechnology or related field and minimum of a 2 years relevant experience.
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