Reporting to designated mentors and senior scientists, the Post Doctorate Scientist I will work on unique projects within a unique biotechnology environment at the Massachusetts Biologic Laboratories-Massachusetts Medical School. This individual will gain valuable experience in the following functional areas including Quality, Discovery, Regulatory/Clinical Affairs and Intellectual Property.
Assists with developing methods for producing proteins
Assists with developing and implementing in-vitro assays
May assist with the design and implementation of strategies for selection of lead candidate antibodies and antibody conjugates.
May assist with the development of small animal models of disease. May assist in the completion of in vitro and in vivo pre-clinical activity of lead candidates.
Assists with Quality Control work including raw material testing, validation, environmental monitoring, lot release testing, stability, establishment of standards and controls
Works with members of both the Regulatory Affairs and Clinical Affairs groups to study the critical roles of these two departments in a biopharmaceutical organization
Develops an understanding of the basics of patent filing and intellectual property as it applies to pharmaceutical development.
Assists in compiling manuscripts, posters and oral presentations.
Keeps accurate records of experimental data to standards suitable to support publication, FDA submission, and patent filing.
Analyzes experimental data and reports to senior management and research collaborators in a timely fashion.
Performs additional job related duties as required.