Locations: Collegeville, Pennsylvania
Categories:Science and Technology
We are seeking a highly productive and motivated bench scientist with a track record in developing highly sophisticated complex In Vitro Models that require applied bio-engineering and/or developing and incorporating microphysiological systems for drug development. The successful candidate will be responsible for seeking, developing, qualifying translational cellular models for higher throughput and lower throughput high complexity models. The candidate would join the Complex In Vitro Models (CIVM) team within In Vitro In Vivo translation (IVIVT) department in GSK’s research organization in Upper Providence. CIVMs mission is to improve predictive and translational value of preclinical models. We strive to improve models for MOA, efficacy, safety and metabolism, aiming to assess these in the same systems whenever possible. The CIVM group closely collaborates with the research units, the medicinal science and technology (MST) organization and other IVIVT groups. The bench scientist will have the opportunity to work in Immunology based diseases and multiple disease areas.
We are looking for professionals with these required skills to achieve our goals:
If you have the following characteristics, it would be a plus:
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