Working at SOL Bio Corp.

At SOL Bio Corp., we are building a dynamic company rooted in cutting-edge science, working together to create a technology for early cancer diagnostics.

As the leaders in exosome diagnostics, we thrive on technological innovation, collaboration and a desire to exceed the limits of what has been done before.

Join our team of experts working at the forefront of advancing early cancer diagnostics using exosomes.

Responsibilities

  • Apply in-depth knowledge of analytical biology to refine existing and develop new diagnostic assays.

  • Optimize pre-analytical protocols and workflows, including sample collection, extraction, and quantitation.

  • Collaborate with Computational Biologists and Process Engineers to evaluate the cost/benefit of integrating new diagnostic technologies into our analytical workflow.

  • Collaborate with clinical laboratory members to transition development protocols into clinical production, including design of validation experiments and collaboration on SOP development.

 

What We're Looking For

  • MS (or equivalent research and development experience) in biotechnology, molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, analytical chemistry, or a related field.

  • In-depth knowledge of molecular biology assays and instrumentation including DNA and RNA extraction, quantitation, and high-throughput sequencing; qRT-PCR and ddPCR; and ELISAs, Western blotting, and other immunoassays.

  • Proven track record of designing and executing successful research projects and giving effective scientific presentations.

  • Clear communications skills and ability to work with team members in the same and adjacent disciplines.

 

Nice to Haves

  • Previous industry/start-up experience in the life sciences.

  • Understanding of the biology of human cell-free nucleic acids and circulating proteins.

  • Experience working in a BSL-2+ environment and handling human biofluids.

  • Understanding of bioinformatics tools and the ability to independently perform data analysis.

  • Experience managing scientific teams and mentoring junior scientists.

  • Ability to design assays for automated implementation: You’ve optimized for plate-based, low-volume formats and/or microfluidics and have used automated liquid handlers.

  • Experience working in a regulated laboratory environment (CLIA, GLP/GCLP, IVD development).

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