Associate Scientist Immunology
||Voltijd (> 36 uur)
||dinsdag 8 mei 2018
||dinsdag 5 juni 2018
You will garantee the correct design and execution of experiments for the development, qualification and validation of immunological assays to be used in the analysis of samples from clinical trials
As an Associate Scientist you will garantee the correct design and execution of experiments for the development, qualification and validation of immunological assays to be used in the analysis of samples from clinical trials
- Your activities must be executed, documented and reported according to Good Clinical Laboratory Practice (GCLP) quality requirements.
- Furthermore you are responsible for the scientific quality of the analysis of clinical trial samples, as well as life cycle management of the methods he/she is the expert on.
- You will perform experiments on a regular basis to support assay development and have up-to-date practical knowledge and hands-on experience with the assays.
||Ervaren (3 - 8 jaar)
For the position of Associate Scientist we are looking for a PhD candidate in Immunology or virology
- Affinity for data analysis and the thorough review of the data generated by others
- Experience in multi-color flow cytometry, virus neutralization assays and ELISPOT are a plus.
- Excellent communication skills
- Experienced in working under quality standards such as GCLP, GCP or GMP is a plus.
- Furthermore you have solid, hands-on experience of bio-assay development to validation according to regulatory standards such as ICH
- As a person you are quality minded, flexible and you remain calm and positive under pressure
- Secondment via CheckMark Labrecruitment
- Fulltime position (40 hours/week), parttime is not possible
Neem voor meer informatie contact op met Na Rae de Jong, 0182-590216
Pharmaceutical company. This department is responsible for the immunological evaluation of vaccine candidates in clinical trials. The clinical immunology department executes the immunostrategies and ensures the development and validation of the required immunological assays as well as clinical sample analysis. Typical assays to determine the immunogenicity of vaccines are the antibody ELISA, ELISpot, Intracellular Cytokine Staining, and virus neutralization assays. The clinical
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