BE PART OF A NEWLY CREATED LABORATORY
Your contributions save lives!
The Blood Bank of Delmarva (BBD), a division of the New York Blood Center (NYBC), is looking for scientists to work in our Newark, DE facility for the newly created Translational Research and Development Laboratory (TRDL). The purpose of this laboratory is to translate important scientific innovations into products and services to help patients suffering from blood diseases and/or otherwise in need of safe, effective blood transfusions. This newly created laboratory is working with other research, development and clinical laboratories within the New York Blood Center Enterprises (NYBCe) as well as partner start-up and biotechnology companies to create the future of Transfusion Medicine and develop novel therapies for hematology patients.
Ideal candidate profile:
Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical Science or Biology or Chemistry or Engineering or equivalent field
Minimum of 1-3 years laboratory experience. Experience in biotechnology, medical technology, or product and/or clinical trial development desirable.
Any combination of education, training and experience that has provided the necessary knowledge, skills and experience to perform the essential functions of the job.
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