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[ccp4bb] Postdoctoral Position Open


This is an extraordinary opportunity join the efforts to develop a new class of protein therapeutics to cure Type 1 Diabetes in laboratories of Professors John Williams, Enrique Casimiro, and Bart Roep at the Beckman Research Institute and the Diabetes & Metabolism Research Institute at the City of Hope, a world class institute that played essential roles in the development and translation of recombinant insulin and humanization of monoclonal antibodies and continues to lead in the development CAR T cell and other novel therapeutic approaches. The project will involve the rational design, production and characterization of novel biologics using technologies pioneered in the Williams lab and discoveries made in the Roep/Casimiro Labs. It is anticipated that the successful applicants will have the opportunity to participate in and translate their leads through pre-clinical development  (see https://www.cityofhope.org/news/city-of-hope-sets-new-goal-for-type-1-diabetes-cure).



    Protein engineering, production, purification
    Biophysical characterization (SPR, ITC, AUC, CD)
    Assay development, interpretation, and troubleshooting


Minimum Education and Skills Required for Consideration:

    PhD in biochemistry, molecular biology, protein chemistry, biochemical engineering or related field.
    Experience with protein expression and purification
    Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    Good problem solving skills
    Ability to conduct independent research
    Ability to supervise others and work effectively in a team
    Industrial experience a plus 

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