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  • Lead Staff Scientist: Biomaterials & Product Development
    Research and Technology Development

    We are looking for an innovative leader with a comprehensive understanding of product development toward pre-clinical and clinical studies and with analytical methods to monitor material quality. Reporting to the Technology Translation Director, you will work in a team that is focused on the design, synthesis, and characterization of a range of materials, including hydrogels, biopolymers, and nanoparticles, but with a primary focus on controlled, triggered or sustained delivery of drugs or biologics. You will manage, develop and inspire a team of junior scientists and research assistants. As a member of the Advanced Technology Team, you will be exposed to many different technologies in areas ranging from therapeutics and diagnostics to synthetic biology and materials science, with the goal of identifying new product solutions and the unique opportunity to follow your passion either at the Institute or as a future co-founder of a Wyss start-up.

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  • Electrical Engineer
    Research and Technology Development

    We are looking for an innovative engineer with significant expertise in electrical and systems engineering to join our advanced technology team. Reporting to the Lead Staff Engineer, you will be responsible for supporting and driving a variety of device efforts across the institute. As a part of our Advanced Technology Team, you will be exposed to many different technologies in areas ranging from therapeutics and diagnostics to synthetic biology and materials science, with the goal to identify new product solutions and the unique opportunity to follow your passion either at the Institute or as a future co-founder of a Wyss start-up. [55428BR]

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  • Research Assistant II – Immunological Cellular Engineering
    Research and Technology Development

    We are looking for a research assistant to join our rapidly growing team within the Church lab at the Wyss Institute focused on engineering complex cellular therapies to address unmet medical needs across a variety of spaces. We have developed a pipeline leveraging DNA barcoding & next-generation-sequencing to perform in-vivo pooled discovery for complex cellular behaviors such as migration & trafficking. The Church lab has a history of effectively translating novel technology concepts into high-powered biotech startups focused on increasing innovation & productivity within the industry & addressing unmet needs for patients living with debilitating diseases. Reporting to the project leads, you will assist in key research studies involving in-vivo pooled functional genomics of immune cells for applications in the oncology and autoimmune spaces. Additionally, you will be closely involved in the continued development of our in-vivo pooled screening platform. [55185BR]

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  • Research Assistant III – Host/Epithelial-Microbiome Interactions
    Research and Technology Development

    We are currently seeking a Research Assistant to significantly contribute to a research program funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation involving the use of microfluidic cell based in vitro models to study the role the microbiome and immune component on the intestinal and vaginal epithelium. As part of the Bioinspired Therapeutics & Diagnostics platform and reporting to the Staff Scientist, you will manage primary cell cultures, including, but not limited to, primary intestinal organoids or vaginal and cervical epithelial cells and organ specific endothelial cells. You will be expected to learn new skills, and troubleshoot any technical issues that arise, and contribute intellectually to the project. [54759BR]

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  • Research Assistant II
    Research and Technology Development

    We are looking for an enthusiastic Research Assistant II with lab experience in molecular biology and/or biochemistry to join our Diagnostics Accelerator team. Reporting to the Senior Staff Scientist, you will help to develop new molecular diagnostics and will be involved in several projects to help create new technologies for diagnostics as well as the application of these technologies to several disease areas (infectious diseases, neurology, and others). [54516BR]

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