RESEARCH ASSOCIATE -
ANTIBODY DISPLAY (#108)
Invenra is a biotechnology company focused on developing novel technologies for multi-specific antibody drug discovery. Invenra’s proprietary B-BODY™, SNIPER™ and CLUSTR™ technology helped create a robust pipeline of next-generation multi-specific antibodies to address therapeutic needs in immuno-oncology and autoimmunity.
Invenra is seeking a highly motivated research associate with a strong background in molecular biology techniques. This individual will support the development of the Invenra antibody discovery platform. Aspects of the job entail cloning, antibody library panning and protein target preparation. The successful candidate will work with other scientists within the team and will become proficient in antibody display technologies. The position requires excellent scientific and problem-solving skills, with a strong focus on creative solutions to technical problems.
Ideal candidates have been employed in similar or related laboratory positions and want to be a part of an expanding start-up company developing innovative technologies. Candidates must bring intellectual, professional and personal values that complement the founding team: the highest standard of integrity, a tremendous work ethic and a passion to succeed.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Experience in molecular biology and microbiology techniques is required
Experience with protein expression and purification techniques is a plus
General knowledge of immunology and antibody structure-function relationship is a plus
Comfortable preparing lab buffers and stocks
Able to follow directions of a senior scientist for the successful completion of experiments
The successful candidate will have a BS in biological sciences: molecular and cell biology, immunology, etc., with 1 or more years of industrial or academic experience.
Invenra is a rapidly growing biotechnology company developing novel technologies for multispecific antibody drug discovery. Invenra compensation packages include competitive stock option grants.
Resumes should be sent to