Interested in joining our team?

We are always in the market for motivated and talented people. If interested please send your CV/Resume to Danielle Swaney.

Currently we are actively looking for people with the following skills:

  • Specialist - Science Project Manager to manage the collaborative research efforts of over 140 scientists, plus global collaborators, focused on the identification of the cellular factors hijacked by SARS-CoV-2 and other coronaviruses and possible druggable targets.
  • Junior / Assistant / Associate Specialist to work on primary cell culturing and genetic engineering protocols for use in studying the human genes underling pathogen infection and replication.
  • Associate / Full Specialist with proteomics experience. 
  • Specialist / Lab Manager with molecular and protein biology experience.
  • Specialist / Research Associate with experience in molecular biology and mammalian cell culture techniques to work on a project focused on studying host-virus interactions. 
  • Postdoc with neuroscience background to study molecular mechanisms underlying the development of autism spectrum disorders and other neuropsychiatric disorders.
  • Postdoc with virology and/or CRISPR expertise.
  • Postdoc, looking to use proteomics and CRISPR screening approaches to study Alzheimer's disease.  Competitive candidate will have expertise in at least two of the following areas:  iPSCs, neurobiology, proteomics, CRISPR gene editing/screening.
  • Postdoc / Staff Scientist with hands on mass spectrometry expertise with an interest in using proteomics to discover biomarkers of TB infection.
  • Postdoc / Staff Scientist, looking to develop and apply proximity biotin labeling and quantitative proteomics approaches combined with functional genomics to investigate interaction networks of G protein-coupled receptors.
  • Postdoc / Staff Scientist with computational expertise to build and apply data analysis tools.
  • Postdoc with hands-on mass spectrometry & proteomics expertise, looking to develop new approaches, apply existing approaches to novel areas of biology, and/or pairing proteomics with our CRISPR-based functional genomics platforms.