Jobs at Applied Cells

Applied Cells is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strive to select the best qualified applicant for any opening and to reward employees based solely on their performance and contribution to the business success of the company. Applied Cells was founded to create revolutionary cell separation and enrichment products. We are helping in battles against cancer by providing tools that are not only capable of isolating rarest tumor cells, but also capable of extracting highest quality cancer fighting immune cells to help achieve better immuno-therapy outcome. We are a team of versatile backgrounds. We come together for the goal of bridging our cross-boundary expertise into making better tools that ultimately help save lives.

Research Scientist/Research Associate

Job Location: Santa Clara, CA, USA

Responsibilities

  • Be a part of reagent/assay development, instrument verification/validation group;
  • Conduct prototype and instrument product testing for instrument development activities, individually or in conjunction with a senior scientist;
  • Conduct assay/reagent feasibility studies, including reagent testing, blood processing, tissue culture, cell cryopreservation, immuno-assay, multi-parametric flow cytometry assay activities, individually or in conjunction with a senior scientist;
  • Write protocols, summaries and reports to document development activities
  • Participate in planning, preparation and conducting experiments and helps in various activities pertaining to the optimal operation in a laboratory;
  • Support on-going manufacturing and field operations by performing investigations and trouble-shooting as needed

Skills and Requirements

  • Minimum bachelor’s in biology disciplines with 0-3 years.
  • Experience and knowledge in human blood sample processing and cell cryopreservation techniques, cell culture methods, cellular staining procedures using flow cytometry;
  • Knowledge and understanding of working in a GMP compliant regulatory laboratory to conduct experimental procedures per defined technical SOPs, with experience of handling biohazardous materials, and understand safety procedures and guidelines.
  • Ability to handle a relatively high volume of sample processing and analysis, using immunoassay techniques.
  • Good organizational and documentation skills.

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