Kleo Pharmaceuticals is an emerging company at the forefront of synthetic organic chemistry and immunology. We are passionate about developing new, innovative small molecule immunotherapies to treat patients with cancer as well as other life-threatening diseases. Our Headquarters is located adjacent to Yale University in the vibrant city of New Haven, CT.
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Group Leader/Director, Cancer Immunoloy
Group Leader/Director, Cancer Immunology
Description of the Role
We are seeking a highly motivated scientist and team player to lead our Cancer Immunology group and make major scientific contributions to advance our product pipeline. This individual will lead research team efforts and develop the strategies, technologies, and procedures to achieve important milestones in program development.
This position will incorporate a mixture of management and laboratory benchwork responsibilities. Accordingly, our ideal candidate will have proficiency in a wide range of laboratory techniques–especially assays using human and/or mouse immune cells, flow cytometry, ELISA, mammalian cell culture. Experience with antibodies and in vivo tumor models is highly desirable. Experience with cutting-edge techniques and technologies in your field is a plus. Immuno-oncology drug development experiment is essential.
Our ideal candidate may be working in either an industrial or an academic environment, but will possess a strong scientific research background and managerial experience. If you are passionate about advancing healthcare and this position is in agreement with your career goals, we would love to hear from you. A relocation package is available for qualified applicants and based upon level of work experience.
PhD in Immunology, Cell Biology, Cancer Research, or related field
5+ years of additional post-graduate and/or pharmaceutical experience in immunology, oncology and/or cell biology is required
Demonstrated record of scientific achievement and innovation (i.e. strong publication record or drug development portfolio)
Robust research experience in immunology assay development using multiple approaches (ie ADCC/CDC assays, FACS, ELISA, other) is essential
Immuno-oncology assay development experience, in vivo tumor models, and as well as a desire to continue in a laboratory-focused role
Proficiency in molecular biology techniques including cloning, transfection, PCR, qPCR is required
Capacity to thrive in a competitive, multi-disciplinary environment
Interested applicants may submit resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org