-BS in Chemistry, Biophysics, Biology, Biochemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, or related scientific field with 2+ years related experience OR MS in Chemistry, Biophysics, Biology, Biochemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, or related scientific field with 1+ years related experience
- Experience with biophysical assessment techniques for biomolecular characterization and stability evaluation, such as Spectroscopy techniques (UV/Vis, Fluorescence, FRET, Light Scattering, CD), DSC, ITC, SEC-HPLC, RP-HPLC, DLS, and particulates detection.
-Formulation and process development experience is required
-Knowledge and experience in developing parenteral drug products
- Knowledge and experience with tech transfer of parenteral drug product processes is a plus
-Excellent written and oral skills are a must
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The Associate Scientist is expected to support the design and execution of scientific studies for vaccine technical programs as they progress from early development into Phase I/II, Phase III, technology transfer and process performance qualification at the intended commercial site.
-Works under the direction of scientific staff to, execute experiments in the laboratory, collect and analyze data, interpret results for the formulation and process development of new vaccine products
-Functions effectively as a core team member on multiple concurrent projects and may lead small projects and established work processes
-Participates in writing technical protocols and reports
-Expands technical, scientific or professional knowledge and builds understanding of the company, processes and customers
- May train and oversee other staff on equipment operation, data analysis, and other project-related work
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