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The FHCRC Quality Control/Analytical Development laboratory performs in-process and release testing assays for T-cell and stem cell therapeutic products manufactured in our GMP Cell Processing Facility. The group also develops and transfers new analytical methods used to characterize the products, and support process development and product comparability. In addition, the group qualifies test methods and equipment to support these activities and actively supports regulatory submissions.
The Quality Control/Analytical associate will primarily focus on the development and performance of flow cytometry and plate-based analytical methods in a GMP laboratory environment. The position is also required to perform microbiological assays such as endotoxin, gram stain and mycoplasma testing. Additional responsibilities include development and/or transfer of analytical methods from internal/external partners, generation of laboratory quality systems and standard operating procedures, sample management, and routine maintenance of the lab to ensure a continued state of regulatory compliance.