BioHealth Job Opportunities
BioHealth Innovation, Inc. (BHI), a Montgomery County innovation intermediary which translates market-relevant research into commercial success by bringing together among other things management, funding, and markets, is seeking an experienced life science professional with entrepreneurial experience to serve as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR).
PathSensors, Inc. is a growing biotechnology company headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. The company is developing products for the rapidly evolving field of pathogen detection. We are currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Director of Biosensor Development. The successful candidate will be responsible for design, development and continuous improvement of our portfolio of biosensor products.
The Montgomery County Department of Economic Development is looking for a senior level professional to formulate and implement the County's economic development strategy related to the growth of the life sciences and health IT industry sectors and to provide policy advice on technology issues in these strategic sectors. The position will foster partnerships and manage projects designed to attract new companies to the County, to enhance the presence of companies in these sectors within the County and to foster a pipeline of new companies in these sectors. This position will evaluate and make recommendations on the technology policy issues relevant to Montgomery County, and implement creative programs that will expand the County's technological presence in the global marketplace.
The Executive Director supports the Senior Advisor for Enterprise Development to the University President in directing and managing the short and long term critical priorities, initiatives and activities that relate to current entrepreneurship, commercialization, innovation, and translational efforts at Johns Hopkins University. The Executive Director represents the Senior Advisor to the President and ensures effective communication, coordination, and integration across various initiatives and programs where appropriate.
The successful candidate will be responsible for a broad range of bioassay development in the areas of cellular and molecular biology. This individual focuses principally on developing cell-based potency assays, carrying out biological characterization and testing of biopharmaceutical products, such as therapeutic monoclonal antibodies and recombinant proteins. The successful candidate will play an important role on the development, optimization, and qualification of a wide variety of cell-based assays as well as bioanalytical methods. This individual is expected to make detailed observations, analyze data, interpret results, as well as to conduct routine sample testing. Preparation of technical reports, protocols, and data summaries for presentation is required. The candidate will be expected to perform cell culture, cell banking, cell line characterization, assay development and tech transfer. The ability to prepare SOPs, to follow policies and regulations, and to perform lab equipment maintenance are critical. Presents findings at internal and/or external meetings, and serves as positive role model to other lab personnel. Good time management and organizational skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced team-centered environment with outstanding multi-tasking skills are a must.
We are seeking a highly motivated individual to support MedImmune's antibody discovery efforts. The major responsibilities of this summer intern position will be focusing on high throughput subcloning, expression and screening of recombinant antibodies. The ideal candidate has both, an in-depth knowledge and practical experience, in basic molecular biology techniques including PCR, primer design, cloning, sequencing, expression of recombinant proteins, protein binding assays and should not shy away from using complex instrumentation.
The candidate needs to be well organized with excellent oral and written communication skills.
The Portfolio Director is a senior licensing professional within the office of Johns Hopkins Technology Transfer (JHTT) who is responsible for managing a portfolio of invention. A Portfolio Director will manage a team of licensing professionals and provide scientific, intellectual property, licensing and marketing expertise, mentorship, team building for members working within the portfolio and across portfolios, educational outreach, relationship management, organizational and communication skills to commercialize inventions resulting from research at Johns Hopkins University. This position reports to the JHTT Executive Director.
Are you interested in or know anybody that is interested in working at the forefront of e-Health? Our partner company Symcat have developed a mobile platform to aid people in identifying their symptoms while matching their data to thousands of other patient records.
Symcat is looking to fill the following positions:
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