The position will involve close collaboration with an interdisciplinary team involved in the personalized cancer vaccine program, including colleagues from bioinformatics, protein & nucleic acid chemistry, clinical sciences, and biomarkers.
Working through the full flow of very challenging data problems anywhere from data cleaning, to building a concept of the model to extracting the right features and testing the model to drive better decision making through various data and statistical modeling techniques, algorithm development involving real-world noisy data.
Assist and support development and review of clinical protocols, informed consent forms, or other study-related clinical documents (e.g. Case Report Forms, Source Documents, Monitoring Plan, Data Management Plan, Project Management Plan, etc.).
As a member of the biomarker mass spectrometry laboratory, the ideal candidate will assist in coordinating new instrument installation, assess system suitability, perform instrument maintenance, and assist with assay transfer to external research organizations.
Discover, develop and demonstrate process chemistry at the laboratory and kilo-lab scale for timely delivery of early and mid-phase small molecule development candidates in accordance with cGMP, ICH and FDA/EMA regulations.
Participate, when required, in the proposal management and quote development process along with Scientific Director and Business Development team, serving as a key scientific contact for new and existing business partners.
A successful candidate will work with interdisciplinary teams (including biomarker, clinical, biostatistics and bioinformatics scientists), will carry out data analysis and integration across various domains, and will develop novel methods for identifying diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers.