The Associate Scientist – Lentiviral Vector Manufacture will work as part of an internal function for the generation and characterisation of viral vectors for both in-vitro and in-vivo applications (non-GMP). You will work with Scientist and Senior Scientist colleagues to expand this service within the company. This function sits within the Antibody & Viral Vector Manufacture Group, which addresses small scale (up to 200mL batches) and high-throughput production of lentiviral vectors, adeno-associated viral vectors (rAAVs) and adenoviral vectors.
You will work on commercial projects to deliver defined objectives, as well as on internal R&D projects to develop new technologies and platforms for future commercialisation. There will be frequent interactions and sometimes task sharing with Process Development group.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
OXGENE, a WuXi Advanced Therapies (WuXI ATU) company, develops pioneering technologies to accelerate the discovery and biomanufacture of cell and gene therapies. We recruit only the best from across the globe to join us on our mission. We are focussed on providing our employees with a rich and rewarding work life, developing their skills sets and supporting their own personal aspirations. Our discovery technologies help pioneers advance their CAR-T, CRISPR, capsid or promoter discovery programmes. Our biomanufacturing solutions further accelerate the development and scalable manufacture of lentiviral, AAV or adenoviral vector based therapeutics.
Notes to all applicants:
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