Scientist, Molecular Immunology (m/f/d)
What you have to offer:
- PhD in Immunology and/or relevant experience in immunology, virology or a related field
- A strong background in immunology, especially T cell biology
- 5+ years of relevant research experience
- Demonstrated experience designing and conducting immune assays, including ELISpot, ELISAs, cytotoxicity assays, MSD, and other immune related assays.
- Strong mastery of multicolor flow cytometry for T cell characterization
- Experience with molecular biology techniques, such as qPCR, cloning, and RNA sequencing, is preferred
- Ability to work independently, as well as in a collaborative environment to meet project goals.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Enjoys solving challenging scientific questions in a fast-paced environment.
Here, you'll achieve greatness:
- Collaborate with both internal research teams and external groups/CROs to validate vaccine therapies
- Design of in vivo disease models to assess immunological impact and efficacy
- Contribute to building preclinical data packages and understanding of the mechanism of action of lead vaccine candidate
- Assessment of specificity and functionality of T cells by multicolor flow cytometry
- Isolation and characterization of relevant immune subsets of interest
- Tracking and compiling results in an electronic notebook
- Analysis and presentation of results to internal and external stakeholders.
- Independent, self-motivated, and the ability to work well with others
- Cognitive flexibility and critical thinking
- Ambitious, adaptable, and accountable
- Creative, innovative, and entrepreneurial