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  • Faculty Assistant I
    Administration and Operations

    We are seeking an energetic individual to work as a Faculty Assistant to support the administrative aspects of a dynamic and interdisciplinary laboratory. The successful candidate will be responsible for the following: Provide daily support to PI and Researchers regarding administrative matters, Plans and oversees events related to collaborative projects; assists with the writing of administrative components of proposals for agencies such as NIH, NSF, ARO, ONR, among others. Other duties as required by Principal Investigator [51451BR]

     

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  • Research Assistant II – Cell Culture
    Research and Technology Development

    Reporting to the Principal Investigator in the Lewis Research Group and with technical guidance from the bioprinting research team, the Research Assistant II will work to complete all cell culture, microscopy, and associated molecular biology tasks and protocols in the Lewis Lab. Additionally, the candidate will organize and coordinate cell culturing techniques and related lab tasks among Lewis Lab members. This position also allows the candidate to carry out molecular biology experiments in collaboration with Lewis Lab members, including any necessary microscopy and cell assay analyses. These responsibilities will require developing and validating experimental protocols; organizing and assisting in collaborative efforts; training new lab members and carrying out routine laboratory maintenance and procedures. In addition, general laboratory responsibilities are required, such as maintaining budgets, equipment, supplies, inventory, and reporting laboratory results. [52039BR]

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  • Research Assistant II – Diagnostics
    Research and Technology Development

    We are seeking applications for a Research Assistant position in the new Diagnostics Accelerator initiative. The Research Assistant (RA) will work with a muldisciplinary team led by David Walt and George Church at the Wyss Institute working on exosome research. Exosomes are extracellular vesicles secreted by all cells that contain proteins and RNA. The RA II will work with the team at the Wyss Institute on questions pertaining to both the basic biology of extracellular vesicles, as well as technology development with regard to neurodegenerative disease diagnostics. [51722BR]

     

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  • Research Assistant III – Intestinal In Vitro Models
    Research and Technology Development

    As part of the Bioinspired Therapeutics & Diagnostics platform, we are currently seeking a research assistant that will significantly contribute to a research program funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation involving the use of microfluidic human small intestine in vitro models to study environmental enteric dysfunction and the role the microbiome and immune component. [51357BR]

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  • Senior Staff Scientist
    Research and Technology Development

    We are seeking an enthusiastic Senior Staff Scientist to join the Institute’s Brain Targeting Program to focus on the antibody shuttle research and development. This position is an exciting opportunity to combine cutting edge, hands-on research with the strategic considerations of technology translation and product development. The Institute’s Brain Targeting Program is using novel human in vitro models of the blood brain barrier (BBB) to develop improved methods of transporting therapeutics and diagnostics across the BBB into the CNS. The Brain Targeting Program is part of the Ingber lab’s Bioinspired Therapeutics and Diagnostics platform, which includes more than 20 Organ-on-Chip models and related projects. The group is collaborative and collegial and has extensive interactions between projects, people and institutions. [51995BR]

     

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  • Senior Staff Scientist
    Business Development and Technology Translation

    The Wyss Institute seeks a talented energetic professional to join our community as a Staff Scientist in the field of Tissue and Organ Regeneration. This entrepreneurially minded individual will work closely with Wyss Faculty and act as an intellectual ‘bridge’ scientist, who will bring both tissue engineering bench expertise and industry / startup experience in product development to the table, and combine these strengths to drive basic science findings from your future colleagues at Harvard, MIT, and Boston University into pre-clinical animal models, and eventually to patients. [52076BR]

     

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  • Sponsored Projects Coordinator (Financial Associate I)
    Administration and Operations

    We are seeking a talented and enthusiastic individual to join our fast-paced and dynamic organization as a Sponsored Projects Coordinator on the Sponsored Projects team. Reporting to the Associate Director of Sponsored Projects Operations and Training, the Coordinator will be responsible for supporting all pre- and post-award functions of the team. [52048BR]

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