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Amgen seeks Sr. Associate Protein Stability Scientist

Amgen seeks Sr. Associate Protein Stability Scientist - Protein Forum

Amgen seeks Sr. Associate Protein Stability Scientist - Protein Forum


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Old 07-18-2006, 10:39 PM
Maguire, Sherry
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Default Amgen seeks Sr. Associate Protein Stability Scientist



Amgen's Protein Formulation Department is seeking a Sr. Associate Scientist
who has a MS or BS degree in biochemistry (or similar) and at least 5 years
of biopharmaceutical experience in protein chemistry and hands-on experience
in protein characterization by separation techniques such as HPLC (e.g. size
exclusion, ion exchange, and reversed phase) Experience in peptide chemistry
and specialized biophysical methods (e.g. DSC, freeze-drying microscopy,
mass spectrometry, fluorescence, circular dichroism, etc.) is desirable.

In this critical role, you will be responsible for implementing and
executing stability studies for development of our commercial protein
formulation; developing stability assays; performing sample and data
analyses; and presenting the data in technical reports and team
presentations.

Amgen's outstanding compensation package features comprehensive benefits and
relocation assistance. Come be a part of the big picture at Amgen.
Interested candidates please email resume to [Only registered users see links. ]
<mailto:[Only registered users see links. ]>

Amgen has been selected as one of the '100 Best Companies to Work For a
total of seven times. Research Today. Hope for Tomorrow.

Interested candidates, please email resume to [Only registered users see links. ]





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