Acrivon AB · Lund
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Position Overview: Acrivon Therapeutics/AB is seeking a highly motivated Research Associate to join our Proteomic Discovery team at Acrivon AB, our Sweden site located in Medicon Village, Lund. The successful candidate will be engaged in research of therapeutic agents and biomarkers for our portfolio of drug development programs in oncology. The candidate will support, perform and develop assays for drug profiling, using proteomics and phosphoproteomics in cell lines, animal models and patient samples. Duties & Responsibilities Support all ongoing research projects with cell culture, protein assays, drug MoA assays, and proteomic profiling Develop and perform robust cell-based assays for drug profiling Support general lab duties, organization and activities Comply with all applicable regulations; Ensure that work performed in area of responsibility is conducted in a safe and compliant manner; Maintain proper records in accordance with SOPs and policies. Prepare clear technical reports and communicate results and plans on a regular basis Requirements: M.S. in Biological Sciences or in a related discipline 2-3 years of laboratory experience in academic research or in industry, experience in cancer research is highly desirable Broad molecular biology laboratory skills including cell-based assays, microscopy, Western Blot, PCR, etc. Knowledge and experience in working with cancer cell lines and models, as well as signaling pathways in tumor biology Experience in drug development and proteomic profiling in cancer models Excellent communication, organizational skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Office Ability to work independently and as a team member in a fast-paced environment Fluent in English About Acrivon Therapeutics: Acrivon Therapeutics is a personalized oncology start-up company specialized in accelerated drug development using a unique, proprietary proteomics-based patient selection platform, called AP3. Their unbiased method is widely applicable across the majority of cancers, and specifically applied to oncology drugs to enable the development in clinical trials using a quantitative predictive and pharmacodynamic protein biomarker signature. The experienced, founding team has pioneered and proven all the required technologies and platforms.