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  • Staff Scientist -Tissue and Organ Regeneration
    Research and Technology Development

    We are seeking 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. [49927BR]

     

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  • Research Scientist
    Research and Technology Development

    We are seeking a talented, enthusiastic and experienced individual to work in a team of Institute researchers and faculty as part of the Bioinspired Therapeutics & Diagnostics platform. This candidate will be working on projects involving the development of novel therapeutics. In collaboration with other team members, this position will be responsible for designing and carrying out screening and characterization experiments to identify novel antibodies, peptides, and formulations. The candidate will be responsible for designing and carry out molecular biology, protein design, antibody selections, and cell-based assays in our process. [49871BR]

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  • Research Assistant III- Blood Brain Barrier
    Research and Technology Development

    We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to work as a Research Assistant in the Bioinspired Therapeutics & Diagnostics platform. The successful candidate will significantly contribute to a research program involving the use of cell culture and microfluidic in vitro models to support our efforts in novel drug discovery and antibody delivery across the blood-brain barrier (BBB). The successful candidate will be responsible for the optimization and execution of microfluidic BBB-on-Chip primary cell culture and the development and validation of various in-vitro and cell-based assays, including, but not limited to cell-based qPCR/TaqMan, ELISA, westerns, enzymatic assays, imaging, and flow cytometry. [49482BR]

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