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Research Specialist
Fujifilm Cellular Dynamics Inc.
In this role you'll provide research and experimental support of the derivation, genome engineering, and characterization of human iPSCs. This position supports development of complex, functional life science products, therapeutic program development, and assays used to support research and/or development initiatives of customers.
Link: https://www.smartrecruiters.com/CellularDynamics/743999739890987-research-specialist-ipsc-platform-342-
Scientist - Assay Development
FUJIFILM Cellular Dynamics, Inc.
FCDI is recruiting for a Ph.D.-level Scientist in the Application lab. Qualified individuals will have interests in molecular or cellular biology and be experienced in assay development, ideally with proven accomplishments in the use of human iPSC-derived cell types. The successful applicant will have a keen understanding of developing, running, and troubleshooting cell-based assays, with a specific focus and expertise in the area of cellular imaging.
Link: https://www.smartrecruiters.com/app/jobs/details/040a9015-03e7-47d1-abf0-5ebbc5aedde9/jobad
Postdoctoral Research Associate
University of Wisconsin-Madison
We use zebrafish and mice to study the blood stem cell microenvironment. These stem cells are clinically important as a curative treatment for many blood cancers and diseases. A better understanding of blood stem cells and their supportive niche will help us improve these treatments and thereby patient survival.

We are currently seeking postdoctoral candidates who are interested in using cutting edge technologies to dissect the regulatory microenvironment of the blood stem cell niche. Highly motivated, independent, collegial, and dedicated candidates are encouraged to apply. Applicants should possess a PhD with a strong background in molecular biology, genetics, or related fields. Experience in microscopy and analysis of imaging data is preferred but not required.

Applicants should have:

• outstanding recommendations
• excellent written and verbal English skills
• a strong publication record
• recently graduated from their doctoral program

Applications should include a brief description of goals and interests, CV, and three references (including PhD supervisor).

Link: https://crb.wisc.edu/staff/tamplin-owen/
Assistant Researcher (Cell Biology/Assay Development)
JangoBio
JangoBio is a regenerative medicine company developing cell therapies for the restoration of hormone balance in humans and animals. We are headquartered in Fitchburg; WI and our animal facility is in the University Research Park corridor.

Job Description:
We are seeking an enthusiastic and motivated individual who will excel in a dynamic environment and enjoys taking on new scientific challenges. The candidate is expected to be a team player with a strong background in cell biology (stem cell biology preferred) and immunology. They will primarily assist with stem cell culture and immunological assays, including ELISA and Flow Cytometry. The candidate will have an ability to problem solve, work independently to achieve company goals, and the capability of working on more than one project simultaneously. This role demands a highly goal-driven approach and the ability to focus on time-sensitive objectives.

This job requires specific background and skills in:
1) Performing ELISA (Hormone assay preferable)
2) Assay development
3) Animal cell culture, expansion, and differentiation
4) Performing cell-based assays
5) Flow cytometry
6) Immunohistochemistry/immunofluorescence
7) Immunological studies

Qualifications:
- BS in Biology, Cell Biology, or related discipline, 5+ years of ELISA or cell culture laboratory experience
or
- M.S. in Biology, Bioengineering, Cell Biology, or a related discipline, 2+ years of ELISA or cell culture laboratory experience is beneficial

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $45,000.00 - $60,000.00 per year

Benefits:
Dental insurance
Health insurance
Paid time off

Experience:
Research Experience: 2 years (Preferred)
Cell culture: 1 year (Preferred)
ELISA: 1 year (Preferred)
Flow cytometry: 1 year (Preferred)
Link: https://www.jango.bio/
Cell Culture Specialist
WiCell
We are looking for a Cell Culture Specialist who will support stem cell research objectives by maintaining cell cultures including human pluripotent stem cell lines, preparing cell samples for distribution and shipping globally, supporting UW – Madison researchers through quality control testing and distribution of materials and reagents, and performing cell assays and banking projects. Additional responsibilities include assisting with laboratory maintenance, record-keeping, supply orders, quality assurance, complying with facility use guidelines, following safety guidelines and assisting with projects. Work is normally preformed in a typical laboratory/office environment and weekend work is required.

Candidate Requirements:
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in a biological science, biochemistry, chemistry or equivalent experience. Experience in culturing pluripotent stem cells or mammalian cells is preferred, and sterile culture/aseptic technique experience is strongly preferred. Ideal candidates will also possess the following:
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work with others in a laboratory setting
• Strong oral and written communication skills
• Knowledge of scientific procedures and cell culture techniques
• Ability to develop skills to maintain and culture human PSC cell lines
• Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality and demonstrate a high degree of accuracy, reliability, and responsibility
• Ability to work independently and collaboratively
• Ability to demonstrate flexibility and adaptability as we work meet the needs of a global community in a rapidly advancing field.
• Ability to demonstrate use of respect and dignity in decisions, communications, and actions

Link: https://www.wicell.org/home/about-us/careers/careers.cmsx
Postdoctoral Fellow - Cell and Gene Therapy
University of Wisconsin-Madison
A postdoctoral research position is available in the laboratory of Associate Professor Kris Saha at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. The Saha lab broadly focuses on aspects of cell and gene therapy including the development of new protocols to genome edit somatic cells in the body and primary cells/stem cells outside the body. This particular postdoctoral position is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and is focused on establishing new genome editing methods to augment the potency of cell and gene therapies. Applications include biomanufacturing of T/NK cell immunotherapies (e.g., CAR T cells) and genome editing therapeutics (e.g., CRISPR-Cas9).

Candidates are expected to have a strong background in molecular biology and mammalian cell culture. Experience with -omics technologies and bioinformatics is highly desired. Candidates are expected to have received a Ph.D. in an engineering, life sciences, or biomedical science discipline, with publications in well-recognized scientific journals.

The position is available immediately. UW-Madison is an equal opportunity employer and the Saha lab is committed to advancing diversity and inclusion. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply. We value the contributions of each person and respect the profound ways their identity, culture, background, experience, status, abilities, and opinion enrich the university and laboratory communities.

Candidates should send a cover letter, CV, and list of at least three references to Kris Saha (ksaha@wisc.edu).
Link: https://sahalab.bme.wisc.edu/
Research Specialist
University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Lo Sardo Lab seeks a research specialist to support studies focused on the functional impact of cardiovascular genetic risk factors on vascular cells. The Lo Sardo Lab uses induced pluripotent stem cells, vascular cell differentiation, and various molecular biology and biochemistry techniques to understand how common genetic variants can affect an individual's risk of developing cardiovascular disease. This position's experimental duties will include: work with cell culture, primarily human induced pluripotent stem cells; use of several molecular biology techniques, including qPCR, CRISPR assays and cloning, transcriptomic; live microscopy and fluorescent microscopy analysis. We are looking for a highly motivated candidate to serve as lab manager to keep the lab organized and also be involved in very exciting scientific projects. The Lo Sardo lab has a very young environment and just started at UW-Madison. Join us today. Send your CV to Dr. Lo Sardo.
Link: https://crb.wisc.edu/staff/lo-sardo-valentina/
Post doctoral fellow - Cell and Regenerative Biology
UW-Madison
The Lo Sardo Lab seeks a Postdoctoral Associate interested in understanding the functional impact of cardiovascular and cancer genetic risk factors in different cell types. We use a variety of technologies including induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs), iPSCs differentiation in various cell types (including vascular and neural cells), transcriptomics, genome editing, and live microscopy. Our goal is to understand how common genetic variants, in humans, especially those residing in non-coding regions, can affect an individual's risk of developing cardiovascular disease and cancer. The lab is looking for a very motivated candidate to work independently, with PI supervision, on different projects. Dr. Lo Sardo seeks a very collaborative, team-player candidate strongly motivated to join a very new lab. Requirements: Ph.D. in Genetics, Computational Biology, Biological Sciences, or related field. Candidates should have extensive expertise in Bioinformatics, including genomic and transcriptomic data analysis, Molecular Biology. Cell culture experience, especially Pluripotent Stem Cell culture experience, is preferred. Candidates should have a strong record of publications in one of the following fields: Cardiovascular Biology, Cancer Biology, Developmental Biology, Immunology.
Link: https://crb.wisc.edu/staff/lo-sardo-valentina/
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