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Biochemist/Tissue Culture Specialist I


  • Work in a small group of 4-5 chemists, biologists, and materials scientists to aid in the development of a unique carbon nanotube material for medical uses, reporting to the Project Director
  • Build and maintain our tissue culture capability by developing various human cell lines (adherent and non-adherent) for use in a variety of assays
  • Be responsible for the upkeep and storage of all freezer stocks and active cell colonies
  • Conduct in vitro assays designed to test for cell permeation, apoptosis, in-cell effects (protein or nucleic acid)
  • Report writing, lab notebook upkeep, and participation in team meetings

Education and Experience

  • BA/BS + 3+ years experience or MS + 1+ years experience
  • Required areas of study: Biology, Chemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Microbiology
  • Desirable areas of study: Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Synthetic Chemistry, Nanotechnology
  • Experience running a tissue culture facility, or assisting in the upkeep of a tissue culture facility
  • Understanding of nanotechnology and biological applications desirable, but not required
  • Understanding of drug delivery systems, drug transporters (ex. polymer-based, liposome-based, carbon nanotube based) desirable, but not required

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Significant and wide-reaching experience with all aspects of tissue culturing (supply ordering, culture maintenance, splitting, assays, sterile technique)
  • Complete understanding of how to maintain and operate a tissue culture facility with multiple cell types
  • Experience and understanding of typical organic synthesis routes is highly desirable
  • MTT assays and other apoptosis quantifying techniques
  • Working knowledge of cell proliferation, cell metabolism, cell growth, and dell death assays
  • Expert in sterile technique and contamination elimination
  • Protein and DNA handling for use in tissue culture
  • Lipofectamine based transfection or other technique
  • Spectroscopy skills (VIS, UV, Fluorescence)
  • Cell counting skills (Countess, Hemocytometer)
  • 96 well plate assay handling and plate reader expertise (Molecular Devices M5 preferred)
  • Commitment to regulated waste disposal and lab safety measures
  • Basic budgetary skills desirable, but not required
  • Unaided problem solving
  • Online research saavy
  • Willingness to work with toxic chemicals and pharmaceuticals using appropriate PPE
  • Open to regular OSHA mandated health screens
  • Flexible Hours