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Current vacancies

Senior Research Scientist, Cell Biology/Immunology

Position Description
STipe Therapeutics is currently searching for a proactive and motivated senior research scientist
to join our biology research team in their Aarhus laboratories in Denmark. Based on their unique understanding
of the cGAS-STING pathway, they are developing novel medicines for the treatment of cancers and
autoimmune diseases. As a Senior Research Scientist in their biology team, you will be part of an
exciting and growing team dedicated to the discovery and development of novel STING-targeting
medicines for the treatment of solid tumors and immunological disorders.
The ideal candidate will have significant experience in immunology/inflammation research at
post-doctoral level. This should include significant experience in flow cytometry, RNA sequencing,
microscopy and cell imaging, and cell biology techniques including western blotting and ELISA.
The ideal candidate enjoys working in an innovative and fast-paced environment and actively
contributes to the maintenance of high-quality laboratory practice. It is essential that the
incumbent is a team-player and has strong communication skills.

Key Skills and Qualifications
Essential requirements:

  • A PhD in a relevant area such as inflammation and/or cancer biology
  • At least two years post-doctoral work experience
  • Substantial experience with flow cytometry analysis of immune cell subsets and use of
  • FloJo data analysis
  • Extensive experience with cell imaging including immunohistochemistry and confocal
  • microscopy
  • Experience in cell culturing of both primary and cell lines
  • Experience of transient and stable transfections in mammalian cell culture
  • Confident in ELISAs and general qPCR
  • Ideally experience in RNA sequencing of mammalian cells
  • Strong communication skills in English, both orally and written
  • Confident outlook and proactive scientist

Application
To apply, please email your CV and letter of application to Line Slemming, Head of
Administration, STipe Therapeutics. E-mail: legal@stipetherapeutics.com 

Institution/Organisation:
STipe Therapeutics
Application deadline:
Graduate Immunology Sales Specialist

ProImmune are seeking a highly motivated person to join their Sales & Marketing team as an Immunology Sales Specialist, responsible for their UK & European territories.

This role is ideally-suited to a new graduate or post-graduate with an outgoing personality looking for a financially rewarding long-term career combined with a way to capitalize on your scientific training.

You will:

  • identify new and develop existing sales opportunities and respond to customer enquiries to enable their customers to achieve their scientific goals
  • be fully equipped for the role through a combination of informal and formal training
  • manage the sales process for accounts across your territory
  • carry out visits to key prospects and customer accounts to develop and close sales, as well as to determine market trends, novel technical applications and product development / collaborative opportunities
  • attend and carry out formal presentations at immunology exhibitions and conferences to promote their products and services
  • demonstrate leadership with an ability to constructively challenge their customers’ thinking
  • work with their customers to structure solutions for them based on their products and services that best address their often complex and multi-faceted needs
  • carry out sales analysis and contribute to the development and execution of the annual sales plan
  • work closely with other members of the sales and customer service team world-wide

Education/experience/skills:

  • Required minimum: BSc. in Immunology, Biochemistry or similar subject
  • Prior direct work experience in sales is not required, but examples of any activities where you were proactive in your communications to people in any setting should be highlighted
  • Comprehensive training will be provided
Institution/Organisation:
ProImmune Ltd.
Application deadline:
Postdoctoral Scientist in Advanced T cell Therapeutics

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated Postdoctoral Scientist to join the Nuffield Department of Health's research program at the University of Oxford.  A number of research projects are available, involving T cell receptor discovery, T cell manufacture and gene engineering.
 
Working closely with Professor Ronjon Chakraverty, you will carry out research in the area of advanced T cell therapeutics. You will be responsible for developing methods for genetic manipulation and analysis of T cells being developed for clinical use.
 
Applicants will hold (or be close to completion: thesis submitted at time of application) a PhD/DPhil in biosciences or a relevant field, together with sufficient specialist knowledge in the discipline to work within established research programmes.  Significant laboratory experience in a relevant area (one or more of immune cell culture, multiparameter flow cytometry, genome engineering, molecular biology methods and bioinformatics) is essential. Prior experience in bioinformatics (R/Python) and immunological assays are desirable.

Institution/Organisation:
University of Oxford
Application deadline:
Postdoctoral Scientist in Precision Cellular Therapeutics (3 Posts)

An exciting opportunity has arisen for three highly motivated Postdoctoral Scientists to join a NIHR-funded programme in Precision Cellular Therapeutics.  A number of research projects are available, involving T cell receptor gene therapy for leukaemia, T cell manufacture, haematopoietic stem cell expansion and gene engineering.
 
Working closely with Professors Ronjon Chakraverty and Persephone Borrow, Drs James Davies and Adam Wilkinson, you will carry out research in the area of advanced cellular therapeutics. You will be responsible for developing methods for genetic manipulation and analysis of haematopoietic cells being developed for clinical use.
 
Applicants will hold (or be close to completion: thesis submitted at time of application) a PhD/DPhil in biosciences or a relevant field, together with sufficient specialist knowledge in the discipline to work within established research programmes.  Significant laboratory experience in a relevant area (one or more of Haematopoietic stem cell or immune cell culture, multiparameter flow cytometry, genome engineering, molecular biology methods and bioinformatics) is essential. Prior experience in bioinformatics (R/Python) and immunological assays are desirable.

Institution/Organisation:
University of Oxford
Application deadline: