The Cell Therapy and Cell Engineering Facility develops, validates, and implements procedures critical to gene transfer-related clinical research including: genetic engineering and ex vivo transduction of patient cells, vector production, R&D work relating to vector production and transduction of patient cells, analysis of gene transfer efficiency and transgene experience in patient cells and tissues by cellular and molecular approaches.
We are currentlyseeking a Senior Cell Manufacturing Technician to assist investigators under general supervision. Responsibilities include, but not limited to:
Assist investigators in the development and quality control of ancillary cells (master cell banks) and genetically modified hematopoietic patient cells (CD34+ hematopoietic progenitors and lymphocytes).
Participate in production, characterization and quality control testing of: genetically modified hematopoietic patient cells, genetically modified ancillary cells.
Analyze gene expressions in cell and patient lines by FACS, PCR and Q-PCR.
Participates in the analysis of data and contribute to evaluation.
Participates in patient sample processing and maintenance of corresponding database.
Assist in the development, writing and update of SOPs.
BA/BS with three (3) years related experience or MA/MS with one (1) year related experience; previous experience in a QC, a cGMP or clinically regulated environment and knowledge of biotechnologies strongly preferred.
Must haveexperience withmolecular and/or cellular biology techniques.
Must have experience with computers and database applications.
Excellent organizational skills and strong attention to detail are required.#LI-SB1
Internal Number: 2018-26654
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