Immunogenicity research fellowship opportunity at FDA/CBER – Silver Spring, MD
Fellowship: Immunogenicity of therapeutic proteins
HEMOSTASIS BRANCH, DIVISION OF PLASMA PROTEIN THERAPEUTICS
OFFICE OF TISSUES AND ADVANCED THERAPIES
CENTER FOR BIOLOGICS EVALUATION AND RESEARCH
U.S. FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
A position is available for a highly motivated candidate with a degree in biology, biochemistry, or immunology to join our group. We are seeking an individual with a Master’s or Doctoral degree. The successful candidate will work as part of a group that includes biochemists, molecular biologists, immunologists, and computational biologists and collaborate with clinicians. The range of techniques will be used to address urgent unmet needs in the immunogenicity of protein therapies and emerging technologies such as Cas-mediated gene editing. Applicants should have prior hands-on experience in flow cytometry and mammalian cell culture. Ability to work collaboratively and adopt new technologies outside their comfort zone is an essential quality for this position.
This position is a contract fellowship through the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE).
The candidate may have a Master’s or Doctoral degree in immunology, biology, biochemistry, or molecular biology. Highly motivated candidates with a Baccalaureate degree may also apply.
The laboratory is located on the FDA campus in Silver Spring, Maryland which offers an excellent environment for professional development.
How to Apply:
Please e-mail your interest and curriculum vitae along with a cover letter in which you describe your career goals to Dr. Zuben E. Sauna: Zuben.Sauna@fda.hhs.gov.