Cell Sciences Opportunities

 

Associate Scientist - Antibody Discovery 

The Associate Scientist – Antibody Discovery will be involved in a range of internal platform development and commercial projects, predominantly focused on expanding antibody discovery technologies and platforms at Oxford Genetics. OG has several on-going programmes in this area, and multiple government supported grant awards, towards which the recipient will contribute. The position will involve extensive interaction with both internal and external stakeholders, and the ability to show commitment to scientific development and innovation are considered essential.


 

 

Associate Scientist - Protein Expression 

The Associate Scientist – Protein Expression will work as part of an internal function for the generation and characterisation of recombinant proteins for in-vitro applications.


 

 

Scientist - AAV Production

The Scientist - AAV Production will manage an internal function for the generation and characterisation of AAV vectors for both in-vitro and in-vivo applications (non-GMP). The appointee would work to expand this service within the company and would then be responsible for its operational delivery working with technician colleagues.


 

 

Technician - AAV Production

The Technician - AAV Production will work as part of an internal function for the generation and characterisation of AAV vectors for both in-vitro and in-vivo applications (non-GMP). The appointee would work with Scientist and Senior Scientist colleagues to expand this service within the company. This function sits within the AAV Vector Group, which addresses both viral vector engineering and novel-bioproduction methodologies and works with a number of academic and industry collaborators.


 

 

Technician - Lentiviral Production

The Technician - Lentiviral Production will work as part of an internal function for the generation and characterisation of Lentiviral vectors for both in-vitro and in-vivo applications (non-GMP). The appointee would work with Scientist and Senior Scientist colleagues to expand this service within the company.


 

 

Scientist – Lentiviral vectors

The Scientist – Lentiviral Vectors will be involved in a range of internal platform development and commercial projects, predominantly focused on Lentiviral vector engineering, and establishing stable viral packaging cell lines and associated processes. Oxford Genetics has a number of on-going programmes and collaborations in this area, and multiple government supported grant awards, which the recipient will contribute towards.