Scientist - Stem Cell Biology Research

Posted 24 January 2023
LocationCambridge
Job type Permanent
Reference77806
Contact NameJames Hume

Job description

Introduction

A pioneering iPSC based sell coding company who are based in Cambridge are seeking a Stem Cell Biology Research Scientist to join their Research group whose focus is on understanding the molecular mechanisms that control cell identity and their reprogramming.   Their technology enables them to engineer human cells with precision but at scale and with consistency suitable for use in medicine.  With the ambition to be able to differentiate any cell type in the human body.  Which means they have the capability to produce human cells for research, drug discovery and develop their own cell therapies. 
This role will offer you:

  • The chance to work in a cutting-edge environment, leading research from the bench.
  • Have the opportunity to use your science in a creative and forward thinking laboratory.
  • Gain exposure to develop your career as a scientist and personally.
  • Work in a collaborative environment where you will be involved in a range of projects
You will be responsible for
  • You will design hypothesis based experimental programmes, execute these, analyse results to answer research questions.
  • Research is focused on understanding the molecular mechanisms of cell identity, reprogramming, phenotyping, and transcriptomics.
  • Work in partnership with Senior Scientists and members of other teams.
  • Play a leading role in cross departmental research programmes to answer critical research questions.
  • Support the transfer of knowledge and technology between different teams.
  • Support more junior members with their research, troubleshoot and provide solutions.
  • Capture, analyse, interpret, and report data.  Working with bioinformaticians to drive research forwards.
You will bring the following
  • PhD or PhD with Post-Doctoral experience within Stem Cells / Pluripotent Stem Cells / Human Embryonic Stem Cells
  • Experience in transcriptomics / epigenetics and stem cell differentiation.
  • Transcriptomic analysis through sequencing e.g RNA – seq, ChIP – seq
  • Cell culture
  • Phenotyping using immunocytochemistry, flow cytometry or PCR for example.

If you are interested please apply on the Biotalent website or directly to me – james.hume@biotalent.com BioTalent Ltd are acting as an employment agency in relation to this opportunity.