Biomeme is as interdisciplinary as it gets. We combine rigorous biology and chemistry with best-in-class hardware and software engineering. It's all wrapped up in sublime user design, with the goal of helping our customers enact real-world change. Guided by data and a belief in the iterative process, we develop elegant solutions to complex problems that demand precision.
Our partners and customers span a wide range of industries across the US, Latin America, Africa and Europe. We've got great traction in health: we're testing for STD's in Philadelphia, Malaria and Ebola virus in Africa, Avian Influenza in Europe, veterinary targets in the Andes and Lyme disease in the US. Outside of health, we have partners in industrial water monitoring, aquaculture, agriculture, conservation biology and more. High school students are testing for mislabeled sushi. Quantified Selfers are tracking their microbiome. Everyday users are even testing their own DNA for genetic markers.
We also recently began work on a multi-year, multi-million-dollar contract with the US Government. It's a good time to come onboard.
Responsibilities: - Supporting development of multiplex Real-Time PCR assays, from target selection through to laboratory validation in both regulated and non-regulated markets - R&D support for Biomeme's nucleic acid sample preparation technologies for a variety of sample matrices - Data management, processing and display - Creation and maintenance of SOP's and other documents in support of our quality management system (ISO 13485)
Requirements: - Experience in Real-Time PCR methodology for both DNA and RNA targets (intercalating dyes, hydrolysis probes, molecular beacons, etc). - Background in other molecular biology techniques and workflows - US Work eligibility - At least 2+ years' professional experience - Excellent attention to detail - Strong organizational abilities - Great communicator - Friendly, articulate and interested in working in a fun, fast-paced startup
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