Job – Snr Research Investigator, Project Lead

University of Pennsylvania

Perelman School of Medicine, DM – Gene Therapy Program

Snr Research Investigator, Project Lead


Hours:  Full Time

Position Length:  Contingent upon funding

Posted Job/Salary Grade:  RES

 

The Gene Therapy Program (GTP) and Orphan Disease Center (ODC) are entering a new era of unprecedented opportunity with great potential to reshape the face of medicine as we know it. Our discoveries have set the stage for successful treatments and possibly even cures for devastating genetic diseases. Our R&D organization has a translational infrastructure that includes: technology discovery, specialized immunology assays operating under GLP, a Vector Core/Manufacturing unit that conducts GMPcomparable work, and a large non-clinical program for animal testing under GLP including large NHP and rodent vivaria.

We are currently looking for Senior Research Investigator (SRI), Project Lead, to lead translational research efforts in several various therapeutic areas.

As a SRI, Project Lead, you will lead translational projects in various therapeutic areas. In each case, you will be working in the setting of large interdisciplinary teams, where you will function independently in the execution of in vitro and in vivo experiments but will need to work collaboratively with other team members. Working independently, you will perform design, optimization and implementation of complex experiments within specified timelines; provide cross-organizational support for the essential laboratory functions, including effective management of laboratory resources, and participation in maintenance of centralized reagents; will work closely with GTP’s Project Managers to assure that the translational research program adheres to the work plan and stays within budget; contribute to writing/reviewing manuscripts, preparing presentations, establishing collaborations as well as writing/reviewing protocols and SOPs.

This position offers the opportunity to interface broadly with internal & external stakeholders including representatives of GTP’s biopharmaceutical collaborators. Joining GTP offers scientific professionals the unique opportunity of seeing their research go from bench to bedside and discoveries that could one day lead to cures.

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