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Careers @ Liquid Biotech USA

Liquid Biotech USA is a biotechnology company with a unique and powerful approach to diagnosing cancer; our technology can detect cancer at early stages of the disease.

A career with Liquid Biotech USA is an opportunity to do meaningful, innovative work. If applying to a position below, please send resume and cover letter to careers@liquidbiotechusa.com .

Please see below for available employment opportunities

Senior Scientist, Research and Development

The Position

We are looking for a highly motivated Senior Scientist to lead our research and development efforts as the company develops diagnostic tests to support our clinical programs. The successful candidate will be in charge of directing a research group developing technology to measure circulating tumor cells (CTCs) from the blood of cancer patients, including developing genetic tests based on an individual’s genetic makeup.  This position requires a strong leader and the ability to mentor junior scientists.  The Senior Scientist will also be in charge of a budget, including forecasting as well as coordinating efforts with contractors and collaborators at other academic institutions.

Your Qualifications



The ideal candidate must have a PhD in Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology or related discipline with a minimum of  3 (three) years post PhD experience. The ability to work independently and develop strong working relationships with scientists, business stakeholders such as regulatory affairs, and senior management in a small company environment is important.

The ideal candidate will have some of the following characteristics:

  • Excellent written and oral skills
  • Strong molecular biology experience including cloning (both virus and plasmid), PCR, DNA sequencing, and cDNA cloning
  • Experience with bioinformatics, genomic analysis following whole genome sequencing, computational and large-scale data analysis
  • Experience at developing novel technologies
  • Construction of recombinant adenovirus, including propagation and expansion preferred
  • Strong knowledge of in vitro assay development using a variety of techniques, including immunofluorescent-based technology, ELISA, microarrays, Luminex, SPA, fluorescent activated cell sorting
  • Mammalian cell culture
  • Experience with lab automation and high throughput assay development
  • Strong publication record

Associate Scientist/Scientist, Assay Development

The Position

We are looking for a highly motivated Associate Scientist or Scientist to support assay development for our diagnostic development efforts.  The successful candidate will work on design of in vitro assays to measure circulating tumor cells (CTCs) from the blood of cancer patients.  The scientist in this position has major responsibility, as part of a team, for assay design and implementation with the ultimate goal of developing, with outside contract support, a validated assay to measure CTCs as part of our cancer diagnostic development goals.

Your Qualifications
The ideal candidate will have a B.S. or M.S. in Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology or related discipline with several years (1-3) experience in a research setting.  The ability to work independently and develop strong working relationships with scientists and business stakeholders in a small company environment is important.

The ideal candidate will have some of the following characteristics:

  • Excellent written and oral skills
  • Strong knowledge of in vitro assay development using fluorescent technology
  • Basic molecular biology knowledge (cloning, DNA sequencing, PCR)
  • Virology knowledge not required but preferred
  • Mammalian cell culture
  • Experience with lab automation
  • Basic chemistry knowledge

Assistant Director, Regulatory Affairs

The Position

We are looking for a highly motivated Assistant Director, Regulatory Affairs to lead the development of our diagnostic programs. The successful candidate will be responsible for determining the strategic direction as well as executing our regulatory strategy for the diagnostic products in development.  Ability to work closely with the research and development group, clinicians and senior management is critical.  The ideal candidate will be responsible for assembling all documents, filing with the appropriate regulatory agencies and negotiating on behalf of the company with these governmental organizations.

Your Qualifications



The ideal candidate will have a B.S. or M.S in Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology or related discipline and a minimum of 5 years of regulatory experience in the area of diagnostics.  The ability to work independently and develop strong working relationships with the research and development group, clinicians, contract research organizations as well as senior management in a small company environment is important.

The ideal candidate will have some of the following characteristics:

  • Excellent written and oral skills
  • Experience with regulatory affairs related to diagnostic development as evidenced by filing of PMAs, 510(k) or de novo applications
  • Knowledge of regulatory guidelines, US FDA and world wide, for the development of diagnostic products
  • Ability to understand and communicate to internal stakeholders changes in regulatory guidance’s as they relate to and impact the development of the companies’ diagnostic development programs
  • Understanding of the therapeutic regulatory guidance’s as they relate to investigational new drug applications (preferred)