Requirements for In Vitro Senior Research Associate I/II

  • BS 2-4 years, or MS 0-2 years (preferred) in biochemistry, biology or related field
  • High throughput Drug Screening experience, in industry related setting required
  • Demonstrated experience working with biochemical and mammalian cell culture assays
  • Experience in biochemical assays, cell free assays.
  • Experience in immunoassays (ELISA, MSD, Luminex).
  • Experience with data analysis using Graphpad Prism, SPSS, SAS, or Excel, and has a general knowledge of statistical analysis is a plus
  • Experience with SOPs and working knowledge of ELNs is a plus
  • Experience with RNA extraction and qPCR is a plus

Responsibilities for In Vitro Senior Research Associate I/II

  • Screen compounds in model systems, including successful replication of results in duplicate and triplicate studies
  • Independently plan and perform in-vitro assay and techiques in support of high throughput and medium throughput projects.
  • Directly screen compounds in various in-vitro models including biochemical/ biophysical and mammailan cell culture assays.
  • Review and write SOPs and project research plans
  • Identify and develop new assays as the project requires.
  • Communicate experimental results and analysis to the project teams



*Excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage
*401(k) plan with employer matching for contributions
*Disability insurance, Life insurance, Dependant Care FSA and Healthcare FSA
*Unlimited paid time off
*Paid parental leave
*Access to free onsite fitness center
*Free snacks and lunch for employees who work onsite
*WFH stipend for employees who work remotely

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Job Summary

Years of Experience
$78,100 - $106,100
South San Francisco, CA
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Verge Genomics is a next-generation biopharmaceutical start-up using systems biology to accelerate development of life-saving treatments for neurodegenerative diseases. Our platform uses patient genomes, gene expression, and epigenomics to identify new therapeutic gene targets, predict effective drugs, and stratify patient subpopulations for increased clinical success. Verge's approach offers a breakthrough opportunity to identify drugs that dramatically improve patient outcomes and fundamentally lower the cost curve of pharmaceutical development.

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