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Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center's Quality Control laboratory performs in-process and release testing assays for T-cell and stem cell therapeutic products manufactured in the GMP Cell Processing Facility for Phase I/II clinical trials.
The Quality Control Associate will primarily focus on the development and performance of cell-based potency, ELISA assays or Flow Cytometry in a GMP laboratory environment. Many other types of assays are performed and cross-training on other assays is required. The associate will transfer, perform, and troubleshoot new and existing assays with a high level of independence while working on multiple projects, serve as the subject matter expert and technical lead for clinical GMP testing. The associate will also serve as the key point of contact for principal investigators and research lab staff.
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