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  • Administrative Coordinator – i3 Center
    Administration and Operations

    We are seeking a talented and enthusiastic individual to join our community as an Administrative Coordinator to direct the day-to-day operations of our newly established i3 Center. The i3 center is focused on developing and employing engineered immunotherapy approaches to design more durable, widely accessible, and less toxic immune-prevention and immunotherapy strategies in the treatment of cancer. The i3 Center is comprised of a multi-disciplinary team from the Wyss Institute, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Dana Farber Cancer Institute. This individual will report to the i3 Center Administrative Core Director and will be responsible for the administrative, budgetary, and operational aspects of the Center. [51091BR]

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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 – Diagnostics Accelerator
    Research and Technology Development

    We are seeking an enthusiastic and creative individual who will carry out research projects focused on biomarker discovery and analytical tool development. Under the supervision of senior staff and faculty, the successful candidate will contribute to the growth of the Diagnostics Accelerator, a newly-formed collaboration between the Wyss Institute and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, which aims to accelerate clinical diagnostics development, as well as be actively involved in various research projects focused on development of bioinspired technologies and novel analytical approaches for various medical applications. [51012BR]

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  • Research Assistant III – Immunology
    Research and Technology Development

    We are seeking a talented and enthusiastic individual to work as a Research Assistant III on the Immuno-Materials platform. This person will assist Wyss faculty and researchers in translating proof-of-principle experiments with major focus on immune modulation in infectious/autoimmune diseases and cancer, from the laboratory to prototypes for commercially viable products. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, medical implants, drug delivery, immunotherapy of cancer and infectious/autoimmune diseases, delivery of DNA constructs and other biomaterials in vivo to understand mechanism(s) of action of such novel products. The candidate will have many opportunities to plan, perform, develop as well as transfer immune cell based assays as appropriate, while characterizing biomaterial-based human therapeutics. [50695BR]

     

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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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  • Research Assistant IV – Microfluidic Assays for Vaccine
    Research and Technology Development

    The Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering seeks an enthusiastic and talented individual to work as a Research Assistant as part of the Bioinspired Therapeutics & Diagnostics platform. This candidate will significantly contribute to a research program funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation involving the use of microfluidic human small intestine and lymph node in vitro models. This research program studies Environmental Enteric Dysfunction (EED), oral vaccination and the roles of nutrition, and the microbiome and immune components in the development of the disease and immune protection. [51180BR]

     

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  • Senior Associate Director of Technology Transactions
    Business Development and Technology Translation

    We, along with Harvard’s Office of Technology Development are seeking a talented, enthusiastic individual to work as a Senior Associate Director of Technology Transactions. Reporting to OTD’s Director of Technology Transactions, the Senior Associate Director of Technology Transactions will be responsible for negotiating, structuring, drafting, and commenting upon license agreements, industry sponsored research and collaboration agreements, material transfer agreements, inter-institutional agreements and related agreements for the Wyss Institute’s faculty, technical staff and Executive Management. [51271BR]

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  • Senior Staff Scientist – Diagnostic Accelerator
    Research and Technology Development

    We are seeking a talented energetic professional to join our community as a Senior Staff Scientist as part of the newly established Diagnostic Accelerator Team. This entrepreneurially minded individual will work closely with Wyss Faculty and act as an intellectual ‘bridge’ scientist, who will bring both biomarker development expertise and industry/startup experience in product development for diagnostics. The successful candidate will combine these strengths to translate basic science findings from your future colleagues at Harvard, MIT, other Boston area Universities and the Hospitals into robust diagnostic tools that enable improved clinical decision-making. The Senior Staff Scientist will be part of the Advanced Technology Team and will serve as a team lead in the area of Diagnostics. [50958BR]

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  • Staff Electromechanical Engineer
    Research and Technology Development

    Reporting to the Bioinspired Robotics Lead Staff Engineer and working closely with the Platform faculty and staff, the Staff Electromechanical Engineer will develop electromechanical and/or structural designs and prototypes, and test and refine designs to improve performance with regard to efficiency, power, effectiveness, robustness, or other measures. [51355BR]

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  • Staff Scientist – Stem Cell Engineering
    Research and Technology Development

    We are seeking a talented, enthusiastic, and experienced individual to work as part of the Synthetic Biology platform in the Advanced Technology Team. This position is an exciting opportunity to combine cutting edge, hands-on research with the strategic considerations of technology translation and product development. They will be responsible for developing technology relating to gene editing and engineering of stems cells and tissue-like structures/organoids. With an initial emphasis towards cerebral organoids, the individual will focus both on improving methodology for the creation of organoids as well as pursuing new commercial applications of them. [51071BR]

     

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