Immune Scientist
Technology Development
Leverage NK cell biology, tumor immunology, or cancer biology expertise in collaborative efforts with team.
Design, plan, execute and manage proof of concept studies spanning multiple programs to assess NK cell products’ fitness and function.
Phenotypic and functional analysis of NK cells using multi-color flow cytometry, gene expression, and cytokine production.
Viral vector-based modification of cell lines and primary cells.
Aseptic culture techniques of tumor, NK cells, and cell lines.
Perform in vitro cytotoxicity assays and in vivo xenograft tumor models to evaluate immune-oncology product candidates.
Collect, maintain, and organize primary data and analysis accurately and timely in accordance with company policy.
Prepare and present data to team members and larger multidisciplinary teams.
Take initiative to perform routine laboratory tasks and upkeep of the lab space in order to maintain conditions that are conducive to excellent scientific work.
Ph.D. in Immunology, cancer cell biology (or a related field) with 2+ years of relevant laboratory experience in an academic, biotechnology, or pharmaceutical setting.
Experience with mammalian cell culture, ideally with in vitro assessment of lymphocyte effector functions including tumor cell cytotoxicity killing assay and cytokine production is highly desirable.
Knowledge in iPSC and ES is preferred.
Excellent coordination and communication with multiple groups for scheduling and execution of experiments in both Chinese and English.
Positive outlook, willingness to learn and contribute, and a team-oriented attitude.