Sr. Research Associate Location: Seattle, WA Typical Daily Work Hours: Mon-Fri Standard Working Hours Contract Length: 6 months Weekend/OT – Not required but may happen Kelly Scientific would like to present a great Contract opportunity as a Sr. Research Associate at a Biotech company in Seattle, WA. The Senior Research Associate in the analytical development team will execute flow cytometry experiments to interrogate the phenotype and function of gene-modified T cell drug products from experimental and clinical manufacturing processes. This is a lab-focused role that will require experimental execution and data analysis. The Senior Research Associate will generate data to support method development for release testing and characterization of gene-engineered T cells. Individuals with previous experience in analytical method development and/or flow cytometry are highly encouraged to apply.
Education and Qualifications
Preferred Skills • Previous experience with assay development
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