Scientist, CAR-T Flow Cytometry
Janssen Research & Development, L.L.C., a division of Johnson & Johnson's Family of Companies is recruiting for a Scientist, CAR-T Flow Cytometry located in Malvern, PA.
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The Biotherapeutics Development - Analytical Development (BioTD - AD) group is seeking a highly energetic and collaborative scientist to join our CAR-T Analytical Development team.
- Serve as an analytical technical expert for multi-color flow cytometry to support CAR-T product development.
- Lead method development and optimization to ensure robust assay performance.
- Provide technical support for troubleshooting and share knowledge/experience with team members.
- Engage and/or lead technical investigation strategies in support of product investigations with respect to clinical outcomes or adverse events driving to root cause.
- Effectively communicate scientific data and results across technical teams, project teams, and to the health authority as needed.
- Collaborate with QA and regulatory agencies during audits.
- Work in a team environment as well as contributing individually to meet project timelines and objectives.
- PhD. in Biology, Immunology or other relevant scientific field with at least 2 years of relevant experience OR Master’s degree, with at least 6 years of relevant experience OR Bachelor’s degree, with at least 9 years of relevant experience is required.
Experience and Skills:
- Extensive experience in multi-color flow cytometry including panel design, panel testing/optimization and troubleshooting is required.
- Knowledge of basic immunology techniques is required, including mammalian cell culture, immunofluorescence, ELISA, and cell-based potency assays is required.
- Highly organized and capable of managing/pursuing multiple projects independently is required.
- Ability to communicate project results, findings and data to management in a clear and timely fashion is required.
- Excellent interpersonal skills (written and oral) and the ability to work in a cross-functional customer-focused environment is highly desired.
- Hands-on experience with CAR-T or other cell and gene therapy products is preferred.
- CMC experience is preferred.
- Experience working in a cGMP environment is preferred.
- Knowledge of potency assays and/or cellular immunology is preferred.
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