Co-op Proteomics

Become a member of the BioNTech Family!

Based in Cambridge, MA and Gaithersburg, MD. We are committed to improving the health of people worldwide with our fundamental research and our work in the area of development of immunotherapies utilizing the full potential of the immune system to fight cancer, infectious diseases and other serious diseases. We believe in scientific rigor, innovation and passion as driving forces. BioNTech was founded by scientists and physicians to translate science into survival by combining fundamental research and operational excellence.

With decades of deep immunology expertise and experience in developing and optimizing mRNA as part of its broad suite of novel technologies, the company is working with the global community to defeat life-threatening and serious diseases such as cancer, COVID-19, malaria and tuberculosis. The first ever approved mRNA vaccine was created in the labs of BioNTech in Mainz, Germany. A fully integrated immunotherapy powerhouse. We remain focused on bringing our broad pipeline of next-generation immunotherapies and vaccines to people around the world to address cancer, infectious diseases, as well as a growing list of other medical conditions. To accomplish this, we continue to be deeply rooted in science and academic research while also having built a fully integrated, global immunotherapy company with cGMP and GMP manufacturing facilities anchored around deep expertise in immunology and complemented by an expanding set of capabilities.
 

 

Co-op Proteomics

 

Responsibilities

The areas of responsibilities will include

 

  • Primary responsibility for all aspects of mammalian cell culture, including media and buffer preparation, culture initiation, propagation, and cryopreservation of cells
  • Perform cell culture of multiple mammalian cell lines including both adherent and suspension cell culture lines.
  • Transient expression of proteins in different cell lines using multiple different transfection modalities
  • Production of stable cell lines using transfection or transduction methods
  • Analysis of protein expression using different methods, including western blot, flow cytometry, enzymatic digestion and mass spectrometry
  • Analysis and presentation of results to larger scientific groups
  • Work productively in a team environment and independently to deliver against timelines
  • Keep very well documented electronic lab notebook

 

Requirements

 

  • B.S., B.A., or M.S. degree in biology or relevant field
  • Strong background in immunology, cell biology, biochemistry and/or biotechnology.
  • Demonstrated mastery of mammalian cell culture techniques, including cultivating adherent and suspension-adapted cell lines, transient and stable transfection, and viral infection.
  • Strong analytical expression methods, including western blotting and flow cytometry.
  • General molecular biology techniques, including bacterial culture and plasmid preparation.
  • Ability to work and communicate in a large cross-functional team.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Ability to maintain inventories of equipment, supplies, and related research materials.
  • Excellent organizational and record-keeping skills.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Independent, flexible, self-motivated.

Have we kindled your pioneering spirit? 
 

Then apply now for our location Cambridge (Boston) and simply send us your application documents using our online form.

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