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Nature and scope
The Scientist within the Upstream Process Sciences Group will be involved in activities relating to the early stage process development and late stage process optimization, transfer and clinical / commercial manufacturing support for upstream processes to produce protein therapeutics.
This position requires technical expertise in mammalian cell based therapeutic protein expression and culture systems.
The associate scientist upstream process sciences will be part of a team dedicated to developing and optimizing the cell culture media for mammalian processes for the production of biologic products.
This includes : Design of experiments
Design of experiments
Plan and perform daily laboratory activities related to analysis
Preparation of SOPs or methods
Analysis of results using advanced statistical methodologies and tools
Performance of analytical assays
Verification of data
Prepare technical reports, process summaries, protocols, and quantitative analyses. Perform fundamental literature and patent searches related to cell culture media and processes under development.
Utilize process and laboratory derived data to support technical investigations and aid in process optimization / development
Define and conduct a research project independently at the level of a PhD thesis and if needed in collaboration with internationally recognized Universities
Experience & skills
Masters degree in Biology, Chemical Engineering or related discipline with at least 1 year of industry experience in a cell culture media development role
Strong laboratory skills and a track record of spending >
70% of current and past work function in the laboratory
At least 1 year of experience working with cell culture, process development and cell culture media development
Ability to organize, alayse and communicate large amounts of data
Flexible and the ability to work in a team environment under deadlines.
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