The project will center around a cytotoxicity assay that monitors various endpoints. The final assay will need to have excellent precision and accuracy, and most importantly be robust. This assay will also be applied to other drug combinations.
Assist in the development of a quantitative cytotoxicity assay that accurately measures a combination of cytotoxic events
Perform assays to verify the accuracy and precision
Perform assays to test ADCs for activity
Periodically present updates at group meetings
Must be in the process of earning a Bachelor or graduate degree in biological sciences, or related field
Minimum 3.0 GPA
Accurate (single-channel and multi-channel) pipetting skills is highly desired
Wet lab experience is highly desired
Must have strongproblem solvingskills
Ability to work both independently and within a team setting
Must possess strong interpersonal and organizational skills
Must have an interest in learning new technologies and in assay development
Must have a passion for learning
Note: This is a paid internship. This position is open to all students legally authorized to work in the United States. We are not able to offer visa sponsorships. While housing is not provided by SeaGen we make every effort to connect fellow interns to arrange for joint housing and ride sharing.
As the leading employer in our industry in the Pacific Northwest, Seattle Genetics is proud to offer a competitive total compensation package as well as a comprehensive benefits program designed to support the whole lives of our employees and their families. Benefits include medical, vision and dental coverage, group and supplemental life insurance, 401(k) with company match, tuition reimbursement, relocation assistance and much more. To learn more about Seattle Genetics, please visit www.seattlegenetics.com.
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