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Associate Scientist I/II, In Vivo Immunology (entry-level)

Boston, MA

About GentiBio

GentiBio is an emerging biotherapeutics company co-founded by pioneers in Treg biology and synthetic immunology from Seattle Children’s Research Institute, Benaroya Research Institute, and MIGAL Galilee Research Institute. GentiBio is focused on the development of EngTregs programmed to treat autoimmune, alloimmune, autoinflammatory and allergic diseases. GentiBio’s proprietary autologous and allogeneic EngTregs platform integrates key complementary technologies needed to successfully restore immune tolerance and overcome major limitations in existing regulatory T-cell therapeutics.

GentiBio is seeking to build an organization with an exceptional company culture focused on empowerment, care for our team members, an appreciation for diversity and inclusion, and the development of our people. As such, we are looking for candidates who are not just great scientists and business professionals, but individuals who are looking to contribute to building and modeling an outstanding company culture – and having fun while doing so.

GentiBio is building corporate operations in both Boston and Seattle. We are looking for outstanding leaders and scientists to join our team in both of our locations.

Job Summary

GentiBio is seeking motivated Associate Scientists I/II to join our Discovery team in Boston. The successful candidates will conduct in vivo Proof-of-Concept (PoC), validation, and pharmacology studies to support multiple preclinical programs. We are searching for enthusiastic individuals who are passionate about in vivo discovery and solving complex problems. This role offers exposure to an organizational and company build, leadership, and ample opportunities to be a high-impact trailblazer in the emerging field of regulatory T-cell therapy. 

Job Responsibilities

  • Foster the culture of seeking and giving help, inclusion, authenticity, and fun
  • Execute in vivo studies to support discovery and preclinical development efforts 
  • Perform efficacy and mode of action (MoA) studies using various rodent autoimmune models 
  • Perform intravenous and intraperitoneal injections and collect and process tissue samples (e.g., blood, spleen, lymph node) for ex vivo studies 
  • Support downstream experiments, including immune cell phenotyping and cytokine analyses 
  • Assist with vivarium operations and perform routine measurements and health monitoring 
  • Maintain electronic lab notebooks and communicate results to the scientific team
  • Work independently and collaborate with scientific colleagues in support of team goals

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • BS in biological sciences or related field and 1+ years of relevant industry experience OR
  • MS in relevant field with 0 years of industry experience 
  • Hands-on research experience working with animal models of disease
  • Experience with vivarium operations and mice colony maintenance 
  • Familiarity with blood collection techniques and adminisration methods (e.g., IV, IP, intranasal)
  • Experience or interest in learning cell culture and in vitro assays 
  • Strong attention to detail and demonstrated ability to execute experiments with rigor and maintain clear and complete records of lab work 
  • Exceptional teamwork and communication skills with the ability to embrace change and multi-task in a fast-growing environment 
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