Research Associate, Diagnostics — Woburn, MA

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Research Associate, Diagnostics
Location: Woburn, MA

Description of Company: Our client is an entrepreneurial and innovative diagnostics company developing assays for a Point-of-Care diagnostic test system for use in physician offices in the United States and for applications worldwide. This company is located in Woburn MA.

Description of position: Our client islooking for a Research Associate to join their team who has laboratory experience (biology, biochemistry) and a willingness to learn new laboratory skills and technologies. The individual hired will assist in the development of Point-of-Care immunoassays in microfluidic format on a proprietary diagnostic platform. Our client is looking for a detail-oriented individual who will perform experiments in novel devices with micrometer-sized features. This position offers the exciting opportunity to contribute to the entire development cycle of new diagnostic tests employing multiple formats and grow along the company as it expands activities in clinical trials, regulatory approval, and market launch.

Position Responsibilities: Design, perform, and document experiments in the context of immunoreagent development, immunoassay product optimization and analytical/clinical studies. Troubleshoot assay, consult literature and actively propose/pursue solutions. Assist in the design and development of test system, contribute to regulatory activities. Accomplish goals under tight time lines. Work closely with project leader to improve test protocols.

Candidate Requirements: A BS/MS in biology, biochemistry, bioengineering, chemistry, or other science. 1-5 years of laboratory focused work experience. Familiarity with clinical diagnostics is a plus. Experience working with Immunoassays. Interest in working in an entrepreneurial environment. Excellent communication, organizational, and team work skills. Ability to wok in the US without sponsorship.

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