18 May
Research Associate / Senior Research Associate, In Vivo Sciences
California, Southsanfrancisco , 94080 Southsanfrancisco USA

Research Associate / Senior Research Associate, In Vivo SciencesSouth San Francisco, California, United StatesPosition Summary:Under the direction of the Manager of Vivarium Research Operations (VRO), you will provide direct support for the execution of in vivo study protocols for the generation of cell-based therapies.What you will do:

  • Implement and execute in vivo study protocols in a GXP regulated laboratory.
  • Support the development of, and adhere to study protocols, SOPs, and IACUC protocols.
  • Perform in vivo procedures in rodents, including but not limited to, multiple routes of dose administration, blood collection, surgical applications, dissection techniques, and necropsies.
  • Organize, execute, monitor and maintain multiple projects running in parallel.
  • Document activities in accordance with department and regulatory requirements. Collect and review data using designated data management systems.
  • Communicate study related activities to multiple stakeholders within the organization.
  • Work in a team environment and, as needed, train new personnel.
  • Stay up to date with associated technology advancements as they apply to in vivo processes.
  • Contribute to technical reports, publications, and participate in scientific conferences as applicable.
  • Associates or Bachelor's degree in a life science discipline.
  • 5+ years of hands-on laboratory experience conducting in vivo studies in rodents in the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry is ideal.
  • Hands-on experience performing in vivo rodent procedures, tissue sample collection.
  • Meticulous attention to detail in documenting in vivo study related activities is required.
  • Experience working in a GLP regulatory environment is a plus.
  • Background in pharmacology, toxicology or life science discipline is required.
  • Direct experience with rodent liver fibrosis/cirrhosis models is a plus.
  • Experience with cell therapy, gene therapy, or rodent surgical technique is a plus.
  • AALAS certification at the LAT level or higher is preferred.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team required.
  • Organized, self-motivated, able to multitask and deliver results with a high degree of attention to detail to drive projects forward in a timely manner.
  • Excellent cross-functional interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills are essential in this small, collaborative work environment.

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