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Job Title: Research Assistant - Antibody Selection
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
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Company: CV-Library
Category: Medical/Pharmaceutical/Scientific
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Research Associate - Antibody Discovery
Cambridge

SRG is representing a great opportunity to join an early stage antibody discovery team, within a growing Biopharmaceutical company.

As Research Associate, you will play a key role within the group in designing/implementing selection and immunisation strategies to support ongoing projects.

Key responsibilities:

- Conduct in vitro selections using phage and yeast display to identify lead antibodies

- Develop and enhance in vitro display platforms

- Antibody characterisation

- cross-functional project management to ensure deadlines are met and milestones identified

- Liaise with external stakeholders to manage immunisation projects against key therapeutic targets

Ideal candidates will be educated in a relevant scientific subject (BSc/MSc/PhD or equivalent) with proven industrial experience of working within antibody discovery and research.

Candidates must display a range of practical Molecular Biology techniques ( mRNA extraction, cDNA preparation, PCR, cloning, sequencing).

It is essential that applicants have experience of using phage or yeast display models OR proven experience of using antibody-antigen interactions (BIAcore or Octet ideally).

Experience of working with alternative antibody formats would be advantage, as well as the skills to work with sequence and data analysis tools.

Applicants must also demonstrate effective organisation skills and good attention to detail.

As Research Associate, you will be expected to show flexibility and a collaborative approach to support other research functions within the organisation.

To discuss this opportunity further, please contact Philippa on (phone number removed) or email (url removed)

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