|Contact name||Aimee Brenner|
|Published||12 days ago|
Senior Scientist (Process development)
For a high-profile Cell Therapy CMO, I am seeking a talented Senior Scientist to join a highly motivated and fast-growing team.
In this role you will be responsible for the successful evaluation, development, and optimization of cryopreservation processes for starting material of both autologous and allogeneic cellular therapies.
Design, execute and analyze key experimental studies on cryopreservation processes for internal and customer projects, including reporting protocols, technical and scientific reports
Generate scientific proposals to resolve key technical hurdles
Assess and identify cryopreservation Critical Process Parameters (CPPs)
Establish analytical approaches to employ during formulation screening, including but not limited to cell health, membrane integrity assays, molecular mechanism indicator assays, cell-specific functional assays, etc.
Lead or assist in presenting information at internal or external meetings
Assist in client interactions to understand their objectives and meet their needs.
Interact and collaborate effectively with multidisciplinary departments (Process Development, Analytical Development, Manufacturing, QA/QC, Regulatory, Business, etc)
PhD in Biology, Bioengineering, or Biomedical Engineering or related disciplines with min 1 year experience in Cell Therapy Industry
Industry experience is a must
Strong experience in data management
Demonstrated exceptional scientific research skills with attention to detail
Experience in cryopreservation and cell culture and cellular assays (viability, functionality, …)
Strong understanding of cell biology
Experience with Quality Management System standards and systems
Clearly communication of results to stakeholders (written and oral presentation skills)
Works effectively in cross functional teams and projects
Fluent in English.
Location: Liege. Onsite position
Must have a valid Belgium work permit or EU passport holder