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imPACT Summer Intern at PACT Pharma

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Employer: PACT Pharma

Expires: 03/31/2020

imPACT Summer Intern PACT Pharma is an exciting, well-funded clinical stage company developing personalized adoptive T cell therapies for the eradication of solid tumors. Our private designer T cells are created by analyzing a patient’s individual tumor and engineering T cells to kill that specific tumor. If you desire a stimulating fast paced environment, working with intelligent people who are making an impact in cancer, you will want to join the PACT Pharma team. We are a rapidly expanding, innovative, and collaborative workforce working towards one main goal, eradicating cancer! We are in the San Francisco bay area, the heart of the world’s premier biotechnology research hub. PACT Pharma offers a competitive compensation and benefits package, including participation in the aggressive growth of the company in the form of stock option grants. We are currently recruiting for a imPACT Summer Intern who will report to Scientist and continue advancing PACT’s cutting edge engineered cell product. This will be a unique opportunity to see your ideas rapidly translate into the clinic and impact patient lives. This program will go from June 15 to September 4. What Will the Intern Do?·        Basic molecular biology experiments (PCR, Gel electrophoresis, etc).·        Basic lab automation testing.·        Fundamental flow cytometry/FACS experiments. Required Skills:·        Fundamental biology knowledge·        Willing to learn laboratory techniques·        Willing to work in BSL2 lab environmentWhat will the intern benefit from by participating in your internship?·        Chance to learn the basic molecular biology/cell biology/immunology·        Chance to practice basic lab techniques·        Chance to learn recent advances in the cell therapy fieldPACT Pharma is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and strives to build a diverse and inclusive team. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.