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Immunohistochemistry Research Scientist
Ref No.: 18-00607
Location: Princeton, New Jersey
Job Description: Immunohistochemistry Research Scientist Contract Position
Translational Biology
Research & Development

Job Responsibilities:
As a member of the Translational Biology Immunohistochemistry team, this scientist will contribute to the implementation of immunohistochemistry to support the discovery and development of Oncology and Immuno-Oncology therapeutics. Primary responsibility will be the development and conduction of immunohistochemical assays for detecting antibody binding patterns and target localization in tissue and cell preparations, contributing to target discovery, lead selection, clinical biomarker validation, and clinical indication selection. Conducts imaging analysis, laser capture microdissection, and other bioanalytical assays as needed to support Translational Research. Participates in the preparation and qualification of reagents and assay development for technology transfer to CROs. Maintains laboratory equipment and inventory levels for laboratory supplies. Ensures compliance with and maintains required training in company and departmental SOPs and safety guidelines. Ensures that notebooks and other documentation are up to date as per departmental SOPs. Contributes to the preparation and presentation of scientific findings.

Job Requirements/Education:
BS required and MS preferred with 5 years of relevant experience in life Science discipline. Applicants from academics and industry will be considered. Proven technical expertise in developing and implementing manual or automated immunohistochemistry assays. Experience in biological sample handling from clinical or animal studies required. Experience in image analysis, multiplex immunohistochemistry, and laser capture microdissection are highly desirable. Must be organized and able to work well in a team setting. Exceptional oral and written communication skills required.