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Research Associate - Cancer Organoid I

Who are we?

We are a team of treatment resistance fighters developing a new class of therapies to help fight for the 90% of cancer patients who die of treatment-resistant tumors.

We built the ResCu system, the first drug, and target discovery platform to harness evolutionary search to find novel solutions to drug-resistant cancers. The treatment resistance databases and techniques for predicting cancer resistance currently don’t exist or are insufficient to be clinically predictive. The ResCu system is the first to build and map the cancer treatment resistance evolutionary search space, the cancer resistome. It enables a new era of therapeutic development, personalized precision oncology, and provides hope for patients who have failed existing therapies.

We are looking for treatment resistance fighters to help us discover new cancer therapies that can help the 545,000 patients in the U.S. every year who run out of treatment options.

What’s the opportunity?

You will help build the cancer resistome database by running and implementing the ResCu Organoid System. The resistome dataset is critical to novel resistance targets and therapies. You will focus on maximizing the number of high-quality novel resistance targets identified from the resistome dataset.

Process Development: Plan, Run and Optimize the ResCu Organoid System.
Cell Culture: Operate the ResCu Organoid System, hands-on, in the hood cell culture.
Cell Culture Training: Train team members so that they exceed your high standards.

You MUST HAVE primary human cancer organoid culture and development experience. You will identify what else will need to get done and help us set timelines and budgets.

You are:

Agile: An execution-focused doer.
Innovative: An organized, detailed-oriented systems thinker.
Resilient: A dependable, subject matter expert that sees problems as opportunities.
Adaptive: Can identify, communicate, and execute new opportunities.

You are an experienced and self-motivated Research Associate – Cancer Organoid with expertise in creating and culturing cancer organoids from primary patient tissue. You know how to quickly set up and run multiple projects at the same time. A college graduate (ideally a bachelor or higher) with at least three years’ wet lab experience and exceptional at scheduling and time management. You are a detail-oriented and process-focused scientist with an eye for scalable efficiency. Experience in molecular biology, liquid handling, working with ELNs are a plus.

What do you get?

  • You will help us save millions of lives around the world by helping us defeat treatment-resistant cancer
  • Competitive salary and stock options
  • Health insurance (PPO), Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance
  • Unlimited PTO

resistanceBio is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity in all forms and are committed to creating an inclusive workplace that cultivates mutual respect. All employment decisions are based on qualifications, merit, and business need.

Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.

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Research Associate - Immuno-oncology I

Who are we?

We are a team of treatment resistance fighters developing a new class of therapies to help fight for the 90% of cancer patients who die of treatment-resistant tumors.

We built the ResCu system, the first drug, and target discovery platform to harness evolutionary search to find novel solutions to drug resistant cancers. The treatment resistance databases and techniques for predicting cancer resistance currently don’t exist or are insufficient to be clinically predictive. The ResCu system is the first system that can build and map the cancer treatment resistance evolutionary search space. It enables a new era of therapeutic development, personalized precision oncology, and provides hope for patients for whom existing therapies have failed.

We are looking for treatment resistance fighters to help us discover new cancer therapies that can help the 545,000 patients in the US every year who run out of treatment options.

What’s the opportunity?

You get to help solve the biggest problems in cell-based and immuno-oncology therapies, how solid and liquid cancers adapt to immune-therapy (Antibodies, Bi-Specifics, T Cells, NK cells, Macrophages) to become non-responsive and how to delay or prevent cell therapy resistance. You will help implement the ResCu I/O platform.

Process Development:  Refine and standardize ResCu I/O.
Cell Culture: Operating ResCu I/O, hands-on, in the cell culture hood.
Cell Culture Training: Training your team members so that they exceed your high standards.

You are:

Agile: An execution-focused doer.
Innovative: An organized, detailed-oriented systems thinker.
Resilient: A dependable, subject matter expert that sees problems as opportunities.
Adaptive: Can identify, communicate, and execute new opportunities.

You are an experienced and self-motivated Research Associate – I/O I with expertise in immune-oncology cell culture-based assays with a focus on CAR based cell therapies, who knows how to quickly set up and run multiple projects at the same time. A college graduate (ideally a bachelor or higher) with at least 3 years’ wet lab experience and I/O experience in a professional setting (industry or academia). You are a detail-oriented and process-focused scientist, and exceptional at scheduling and time management. Experience with NGS, molecular biology, organoid systems, or microfluidics is a plus.

What do you get?

  • You will help us save millions of lives around the world by helping us defeat treatment-resistant cancer
  • Competitive salary and stock options
  • Health insurance (PPO), Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
  • Unlimited PTO

resistanceBio is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity in all forms and are committed to creating an inclusive workplace that cultivates mutual respect. All employment decisions are based on qualifications, merit and business need.

Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification form upon hire.

Apply