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  • Neon Therapeutics, a new discovery and development stage company in the area of neoantigen biology and cancer immunotherapy is seeking a senior immunologist to establish and lead the laboratory efforts in this scientific arena. Neon is exploring both cancer vaccines and neoantigen-driven adoptive T cell therapies and has both ongoing research and clinical trials. The company has been established with significant support from Third Rock Ventures and scientific founders who are the foremost leaders in the field.

    Responsibilities:

    • Build the company’s immunology team, including Ph.D. Scientists and Research Associates.
    • Establish in-house immunology laboratory focusing on both research efforts and immune monitoring activities for the company’s ongoing clinical trials.
    • Apply research efforts to fundamental discovery in neoantigen biology, cancer vaccine design, and evaluation and establishment of T cell immunotherapy approaches
    • Translate recent advances in cancer vaccines and cancer immunotherapy to inform in-house programs.
    • Work with cancer immunology thought leaders to develop research plans.
    • Develop new biomarkers to assess immune responses.
    • Develop T cell immunization strategies.
    • Understand relevant animal models.
    • Coordinate academic collaborations.
    • Develop/optimize immunology assays in-house.

     

    Qualifications:

    • Ph.D. or M.D./ Ph.D. degree in Immunology.
    • 10-15 years of significant T cell experience; scientific expertise in the one or more of the following areas: T cell immunobiology, tumor immunology and/or cancer vaccines.
    • Strong scientific record of accomplishment as evidenced by publications in top journals is required.
    • Experience in industry and with a solid track record in cancer immunotherapy research and/or development is preferred.
  • Position Summary

    Neon is seeking a highly motivated Research Associate/Senior Research Associate to join Neon’s Biochemistry group. The candidate will work within the biochemistry group to support Neon’s inaugural personalized cancer vaccine trial NEO-PV-01 with critical protein reagents for downstream immunological assays. In addition, the candidate will help to develop new biochemistry technologies and assays in the field of antigen presentation.

     

    Job responsibilities include:

    • Expression of recombinant proteins in bacterial cells (E. coli) and protein purification by affinity, ion-exchange, size-exclusion chromatography. Characterization of protein purity, activity and yield. Develop and optimize expression systems and conditions.
    • Design and molecular cloning of protein constructs for expression, purification, and assay development (e.g. fusion proteins, mutations).
    • Protein refolding from inclusion bodies, high-throughput screening for folding conditions and biological activity.
    • Perform ELISA and other biochemical assasys.
    • Enzymatic labeling (biotinylation, fluorescent labeling) of proteins to generate and provide protein reagents to other departments for downstream assays.
    • Improvement of current processes and implementation of new technologies.
    • Analysis and presentation of results to larger scientific groups.
    • Work productively in a team environment and independently and deliver against timelines.
    • Keep very well documented electronic lab notebook.

     

    Experience and essential skills:

    • The candidate must have a BS/MS in biochemistry, biotechnology, biological science and 2+ years of relevant research experience.
    • Proficiency in protein purification techniques such as affinity, ion exchange, gel filtration.
    • Strong experience in protein characterization techniques such as SDS-PAGE, Western blot, ELISA, SEC is required.
    • Deep understanding and hands-on-experience in molecular cloning
    • Familiarity with Äkta purification and HPLC systems is preferred.
    • Excellent organizational, communication skills and a pro-active mentality.
    • Excellent attention to detail.
    • Ability to maintain inventories of equipment, supplies, and related research materials
    • Ability to effectively work on a team but also independently.

     

    Optional skills:

    • Broad understanding of cellular and molecular biology.
    • Basic understanding of immunology
    • Experience with bioanalytical techniques, such as DSF, SEC-MALS
  • Position Summary

    The successful candidate will be part of an exciting new start up that is designing experiments and optimizing assays with the goal of inducing T cell responses against neoantigens that are shared across patients and tumor types. As part of a multi-disciplinary team, you will work closely with biochemists, bioinformatics and the departments of peptide chemistry, molecular biology and immune monitoring to develop and assess efficacy of this approach.   This position reports to a Scientist, Cancer Immunology who is leading the program.

     

    Job responsibilities include:

    • Assessment of specificity and functionality of human T cells by multicolor flow cytometry
    • Analyze multicolor flow cytometry data
    • Molecular cloning and transduction of lentiviral or retroviral vectors
    • Cell culture of virally transduced T cells
    • Track and compile results in an electronic notebook
    • Assist with the training of lab personnel
    • Present results to other scientific teams

     

    Experience and Essential Skills:

    • BS or MS in immunology and/ or relevant experience in cancer immunology
    • A strong background in molecular biology, preferably in the context of immunology
    • 3+ years of relevant research experience
    • Demonstrated experience of flow cytometry and other T cell based assay development
    • Ability to work independently, as well as in a collaborative environment to meet project goals
    • Excellent attention to detail
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills
    • Enjoys solving challenging scientific questions in a fast pace environment
    • Independent, flexible, self-motivated, and the ability to work well with others
  • Position Summary

    The successful candidate will work on a program that aims to design novel personalized neo-antigen cancer immunotherapies. They will be responsible for participating in the development of immune cell-based assays. The candidate will need to effectively work in a team setting as well as independently optimize new technologies at high throughput.

    A successful candidate will be responsible for culturing multiple cell lines, flow cytometric cell profiling, generating lentivirus, and stable cell line generation and banking. The candidate will also need to be familiar with delivering mRNA to cells.

    Excellent written and spoken communication and organizational skills are required.

     

     

    Experience and essential skills:

    • BS., B.A., or M.S. degree in biology or relevant field
    • Strong background in cell biology and/or immunology.
    • Extensive cell culture experience.
    • 4+ years of relevant research experience.
    • Demonstrated mastery of flow cytometry and related data analysis.
    • Ability to organize cross-functional projects and tabulate data.
    • Excellent attention to detail.
    • Ability to maintain inventories of equipment, supplies, and related research materials.
    • Ability to effectively train other team members on techniques.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills.
    • Independent, flexible, self-motivated.
  • Position Summary

    The successful candidate will work on a program that aims to design novel personalized neo-antigen cancer immunotherapies. They will be responsible for participating in the development of novel high-throughput primary cell assays. The candidate will need to both effectively work on a team but also independently test many different developing technologies.

    Day-to-day responsibilities will include isolating and culturing primary immune cells, flow cytometric cell profiling, and basic molecular and protein biology methods including RNA isolation and Western blotting.

     

    Experience and essential skills:

    • B.S., B.A., or M.S. degree in biology or relevant field
    • Strong background in cell biology, molecular biology, biotechnology, and/or immunology.
    • Primary cell culture, preferably with primary immune cells.
    • Experience with basic molecular biology and biochemistry techniques.
    • 4+ years of relevant research experience.
    • Demonstrated mastery of flow cytometry and related data analysis.
    • Ability to organize and tabulate data.
    • Excellent attention to detail.
    • Ability to maintain inventories of equipment, supplies, and related research materials.
    • Excellent and record-keeping skills.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills.
    • Independent, flexible, self-motivated.
  • Position Summary

    Neon is seeking a highly-motivated Scientist to join Neon’s Biochemistry group. The candidate will work within the biochemistry group and in close collaboration other groups at Neon on a program that aims to design novel personalized neo-antigen based cancer vaccines. He/she will work independtly as well as part of a multi-disciplinary research team to develop different vaccine technologies.

     

    Job responsibilities include:

    • Expression of recombinant proteins in bacterial cells and protein purification by affinity, ion-exchange, size-exclusion chromatography and protein characterization.
    • Design and molecular cloning of protein constructs and protein engineering.
    • Perform biochemical assays to study protein interactions
    • Participate in the design, development and implementation of cell-based assays.
    • Improvement of current processes and implementation of new technologies.
    • Analysis and presentation of results to larger scientific groups.
    • Work productively in a team environment and independently and deliver against timelines.

     

    Experience and essential skills:

    • PhD in Biochemistry or related biological Science with 0 to 5 years of post-graduate working experience in academia or industry
    • Expert in protein biochemistry and proficiency in various protein purification techniques such as affinity, ion exchange, gel filtration.
    • Strong experience in protein characterization and bioanalytical techniques such as SDS-PAGE, Western blot, ELISA, SEC required.
    • Deep understanding of molecular biology and hands-on-experience in molecular cloning (e.g. Gibson assembly)
    • Knowledge of immunology and dendritic cell biology, and experience in cell culture work.
    • Demonstrated experience in complex problem solving and strong publication record.
    • Excellent organizational, communication skills and a pro-active mentality.
    • Excellent attention to detail.
    • Demonstrated experience functioning within a multi-disciplinary team and utilizing cross-functional information, such as immunology and vaccine development, to optimize the biochemical work flow;
    • Demonstrated experience working with contract research organizations and academic collaborators

     

    Optional Skills:

    Experience with protein bioanalytical methods like SEC-MALS and DLS are beneficial.

     

  • Position Summary

    Neon is seeking a highly-motivated Senior Research Associate to join Neon’s Immune monitoring group. The candidate will work within the Immune monitoring group in close collaboration with other scientists in the group and with other groups at Neon. The group is focused on translational immunology and he/she will work directly with the clinical samples generated during Neon Trials. He/she will work independently as well as part of a multi-disciplinary research team to develop different immune monitoring assays and data.

     

    Job responsibilities include:

    • Design and perform Immune Monitoring assays like ELISAs, ELISPOTS, Fluorescence activated cell sorting analysis, mass cytometry and T cell proliferation assays.
    • Purification and characterization of PBMCs and tumor infiltrating lymphocytes from peripheral blood and lymphocytes.
    • Establish and maintain primary human culture.
    • Develop SOPS and maintain a high standard of experimentation and record keeping
    • Will be an active player in clinical sample management and analysis.
    • Improvement of current processes and implementation of new technologies.
    • Analysis and presentation of results to larger scientific groups.
    • Work productively in a team environment and independently and deliver against timelines.

     

    Experience and essential skills:

    • BS/MS in Biological Science with a minimum of 5 years of working experience in academia or industry.
    • Expert in immunology and development of immune related assays.
    • Strong experience in FACS and prior experience in mass cytometry preferred.
    • Deep knowledge of T cell biology, and experience in cell culture work.
    • Prior experience working with immuno-oncology systems preferred.
    • Experience in a clinical lab highly desirable.
    • Demonstrated experience in complex problem solving.
    • Excellent organizational, communication skills and a pro-active mentality.
    • Excellent attention to detail.
    • Demonstrated experience functioning within a multi-disciplinary team and ability to integrate cross-functional information, to optimize work flows.
    • Demonstrated experience working with contract research organizations and academic collaborators.
  • Position Summary

    Neon is seeking a Research Associate to join Neon’s Peptide Chemistry group. The candidate will work within the Peptide group and in close collaboration other groups at Neon on several programs that aim to design novel personalized neo-antigen based cancer vaccines and support other in-house research efforts. He/she will work independently as well as part of a multi-disciplinary research team to synthesize neoantigen peptides identified by bioinformatics and clinical trial data. S/he will work both independently and cross-functionally to develop and test many different vaccine technologies.

     

    Job responsibilities include:

    • Synthesize and purify peptides using automated peptide synthesizers and purification systems to support the research and development of cancer vaccines
    • Manage chemical inventories, lab supplies, and maintain lab instruments
    • Contribute to the development and management of peptide database
    • Develop methods for high throughput peptide synthesis and purification
    • Work cross-functionally with analytical, quality, computational, and biology groups to achieve company objectives

     

    Experience and essential skills:

    • BS in organic chemistry or a related discipline; 2-3 years of industry experience in peptide synthesis and purification, a plus
    • Experience in solid phase synthesis, solid phase extraction, peptide synthesizers, and purification/analytical instruments including HPLC, UPLC, LC-MS, etc
    • Experience in flash purification techniques is desirable
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Excellent record keeping skills
    • Independent, self-motivated, and the ability to work well with others
  • Position Summary

    The successful candidate will work on a program that aims to design novel personalized neo-antigen cancer immunotherapies. They will be responsible for participating in the development of immune cell-based assays. The candidate will need to effectively work in a team setting to optimize new technologies at high throughput.

    A successful candidate will be responsible for culturing multiple cell lines, generating lentivirus, and stable cell line generation and banking.

    Excellent written and spoken communication and organizational skills are required.

     

    Experience and essential skills:

    • B.S., B.A., or M.S. degree in biology or relevant field
    • Strong background in cell biology and/or immunology.
    • 1-2 years of cell culture experience.
    • Ability to organize cross-functional projects and tabulate data.
    • Excellent attention to detail.
    • Ability to maintain inventories of equipment, supplies, and related research materials.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills.
    • Independent, flexible, self-motivated.

     

  • Position Summary

    Neon is seeking a highly-motivated Scientist to join the peptide chemistry department. The candidate will work within the analytical group and in close collaboration with peptide synthesis and other groups at Neon on programs that aim to develop novel personalized neoantigen based cancer vaccines. He/she will work independently as well as part of a multi-disciplinary research team to purify and analyze peptides.

     

    Job responsibilities include:

    • Develop analysis and purification methods and protocols for research and GMP manufacturing
    • Develop automated analysis and purification processes for research and GMP manufacturing
    • Perform high throughput purification of peptides and peptide libraries at different scales using HPLC-MS systems
    • Develop and implement LIMS for analysis, purification and compound registration
    • Analyze peptide samples using UPLC-MS
    • Maintain analytical and purification instruments
    • Organize and register peptides into database
    • Work productively in a team environment and independently and deliver against timelines.

     

    Experience and essential skills:

    • A Ph.D. with more than 1 year industry experience, M.S. with more than 3 years of industry experience or B.S. with more than 5 years of experience in purification and analysis
    • Comprehensive knowledge and technical expertise in chromatographic separation and HPLC analysis
    • Strong experience in mass-directed purification with automated LC-MS systems
    • Hands on experience in HPLC trouble shooting and maintenance
    • Experience with UPLC-MS systems
    • Experience in using Masslynx and Empower software
    • GMP process development experience is highly desirable
    • Experience with automation and LIMS system is a plus
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a pro-active mentality
    • Highly organized with strong attention to detail
    • Must be able to work in a team and collaborative environment
  • Position Summary

    The Clinical Data Manager will have a demonstrated ability to oversee the data management activities across a single clinical program or group of related studies. They would also provide data management leadership and expertise to project and study teams and have a good knowledge of the end to end clinical research and data management processes. The Clinical Data Manager will be responsible for managing data management components of project and study budgets and vendor performance.

     

    Job responsibilities include:

    • Serving as a Trial Data Manager for early phase clinical trials, manage CRO activities for study database design and in-study management
    • Representing the DM line function to both Clinical and Study teams
    • Manage timelines and deliverables to complete data management activities, including those performed by CROs
    • Organize the development of electronic Case Report Forms (eCRF), translate requirements to database specifications; develop eCRF completion Guidelines as needed
    • Conduct User Acceptance Testing (UAT) of databases, including edit checks and reporting.
    • Collaborate on planning and requirements for study data cleaning. Coordinate data cleaning activities with other clinical line functions through a centralized team.
    • Accommodate ad hoc data requests between clinical team members, study sites and vendors, to support data cleaning, data entry requirements, and exploratory data review.
    • Manage external data transfers protocols and standards. Organize 3rd party data transfers with clinical databases.
    • Help identify and manage data entry errors, coordinate resolution via the CRO/CRA as appropriate
    • Manage Neon Data Standards and Data Dictionaries across multiple Neon-sponsored clinical trials

     

    Education and Experience Requirements:

    • B.S. degree in scientific or related field is preferred
    • Minimum of 3-5 years as a Data Manager within Data Management or Clinical organization
    • Prior experience serving as a Trial Data Manager for early phase clinical trials, experience working as Data Management line function representative to Clinical Study Team.
    • Prior experience interacting with CRO’s, including coordinating on day to day study data management activities.
    • Primary experience with CDMS process in the context of early phase clinical trials, working knowledge of SDTM/CDISC standards.
    • Experience with warehousing platforms preferred along with integration of complicated datasets in STDM/CDISC-compliant standards
    • Experience with one or more data reporting platforms, such as SAS, R.
    • Basic understanding of relational databases, and field mapping
    • Early phase clinical trial experience essential, Oncology experience highly desired.
    • CCDM certification preferred
  • Position Summary

    Neon is seeking a highly-motivated operations manager with a strong chemistry background to join Neon’s Technical Operations group. The candidate will manage manufacturing and quality control of Neon’s personalized vaccine production at contract manufacturing organizations.  The candidate will work in close collaboration with the Peptide Chemistry and Quality Assurance groups at Neon to support continual process improvement and cGMP compliance. He/she will work independently as well as part of a multi-disciplinary team to support the development and approval of our clinical development programs.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Manage contract manufacture and quality control of clinical products in accordance with strict timelines and budget
    • Develop, monitor and analyze production metrics to identify areas for improvement in quality, turnaround and cost of goods
    • Work with Neon’s Protein Chemistry group to transfer and implement process and analytical improvements to contract manufacturers
    • Develop and monitor material specifications and contract stability programs
    • Manage and oversee capacity and capability build up projects at contract manufacturers
    • Work closely with supply operations to develop and manage master production schedules
    • Work closely with quality assurance to ensure cGMP compliance and timely release of clinical supplies
    • Participate and contribute to department strategy, goals and budgets
    • Ability to travel occasionally (~10%)

     

    Experience and essential skills:

    • PhD or MS in Chemistry 5+ years of industry experience
    • Expert in peptide and/or small molecule chemistry and process development
    • Extensive experience managing cGMP contract manufacturing, developing and managing production schedules and budgets
    • Working knowledge of analytical chemistry and quality control
    • Strong leadership and project management skills
    • Proficiency in problem solving and leading investigations
    • Excellent communication and collaboration skills
    • Ability to work within cross-functional teams
    • Attention to detail and highly organized
  • Position Summary

    The successful candidate will be part of an exciting new start up that is designing experiments and optimizing assays with the goal of developing a neoantigen specific T cell product to be used in adoptive T cell therapy.  As part of a multi-disciplinary team, you will work closely with biochemists, bioinformatics and the departments of peptide chemistry, molecular biology and immune monitoring to develop and assess efficacy of this approach.   This position reports to a Scientist, Cancer Immunology who is leading the program.

     

    Job responsibilities include:

    • Production of dendritic cells from human PBMC
    • Culturing of human T cells
    • Assessment of specificity and functionality of human T cells by multicolor flow cytometry
    • Analyze multicolor flow cytometry data
    • Track and compile results in an electronic notebook
    • Assist with the training of lab personnel
    • Present results to other scientific teams

     

    Experience and Essential Skills:

    • BS or MS in immunology and/ or relevant experience in cancer immunology
    • A strong background in adaptive immunity in the context of cancer is preferred
    • 3+ years of relevant research experience
    • Demonstrated experience of flow cytometry and other T cell based assay development
    • Ability to work independently, as well as in a collaborative environment to meet project goals
    • Excellent attention to detail
    • Excellent written and oral communication skills
    • Enjoys solving challenging scientific questions in a fast pace environment
    • Independent, flexible, self-motivated, and the ability to work well with others
  • Position Summary

    Neon is seeking a highly motivated research associate to join our proteomics group. The successful candidate will participate in developing and executing new technologies that will be applied to peptide antigen sequencing. The candidate will work with an interdisciplinary team of immunologists, biochemists, clinicians, and computational scientists who aim to design novel personalized neo-antigen cancer immunotherapies.

     

    Job responsibilities include:

    • Prepare peptide samples for LC-MS/MS analysis (desalting, SCX, fractionation)
    • Perform and optimize immunopurification protocols
    • Participate in cell culture and sample generation
    • Prepare solvents for UHPLC systems
    • Perform LC-MS/MS analyses of biologically derived protein and peptide mixtures (Thermo Instruments)
    • Analyze raw LC-MS/MS data and post-processed data
    • Contribute to the selection of the methods and controls during experimental design
    • Review scientific literature and collaborate with other researchers
    • Track and compile results in an electronic notebook
    • Assists with the training of lab personnel
    • Present results to other scientific groups

     

    Experience and essential skills:

    • B.S., B.A., or M.S. degree in biology, chemistry or relevant field
    • 4+ years of relevant research experience
    • Strong background in cell biology, molecular biology, virology, biotechnology, and immunology
    • Familiarity with workflows for enzymatic digestion of proteins
    • Familiarity with cell culture techniques
    • Experience with basic molecular biology and biochemistry techniques
    • Ability to organize and tabulate data
    • Excellent attention to detail
    • Ability to maintain inventories of equipment, supplies, and related research materials
    • Excellent record-keeping skills
    • Strong written and oral communication skills
    • Independent, flexible, self-motivated, and the ability to work well with others

     

    Optional skills:

    • Experience with mass spectrometry-based proteomics is a strong plus, but not a requirement
    • Familiarity with protocols for chemical labeling of peptide samples (iTRAQ, TMT)
    • Exposure to LC-MS/MS data processing workflows, such as database searching programs and/or quantitative software such as Skyline
    • Exposure to R or other statistical tools
  • Position Summary

    The successful candidate will work on a program that aims to design novel personalized neo-antigen cancer vaccines across multiple vaccine formats. S/he will work both independently and cross-functionally and with collaborators to develop and test many different vaccine technologies. The candidate will also be responsible for  managing and executing animal models to test neo-antigen vaccine responses including implementing pre-clinical immune monitoring methods.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Collaborate with both the internal research teams and external groups to identify and develop novel, neo-antigen based vaccine therapies.
    • Implement and improve existing research strategies and techniques.
    • Train and supervise research associates to accomplish program and company goals.

     

    Qualifications

    • Minimum of 5 years of experience in immunology and/or vaccine immunology.
    • PhD, MD, or MD/PhD in immunology or related discipline with strong knowledge of T Cell immunology, the innate immune system, and vaccine biology.
    • Minimum of 5 years of experience with pre-clinical vaccine models.
    • Significant molecular biology and moderate protein biochemistry expertise preferred.
    • Minimum of 5 years of experience with hands-on technical experience in tissue culture, with preference for primary cell culture experience.
    • Demonstrated mastery of multicolor flow cytometry for T cell characterization.
    • Strong evidence of leadership background and experience working in cross-functional teams.

     

Core Values

At Neon, our core values act as a guidepost for our thoughts and behaviors.


Why do we come to work every day?

How do we approach our work?

What do we do when the going gets tough?

How do we treat each other, our partners, and our patients?

How do we focus and prioritize?

Our Core Values, which answer these questions, are what we at Neon choose to live by every day.

Patients

Urgently develop life-changing medicines

People

Listen | Learn | Teach

Science

Creative | Rigorous | Uncompromising

Tenacity

Persevere | Build Neon to last

Pioneer

Leave the comfort zone | Create the future

Integrity

Do RIGHT

Working at Neon

How would we describe our culture?
Here’s what our people have to say:


There’s a palpable sense of togetherness, communication and support of each other as we aim for nothing short of changing the paradigm for the treatment of cancer.  – Matt Goldstein, Director of Translational Medicine

I joined Neon to work with an incredible team who are single-mindedly focused on tackling cancer and providing patients with cutting edge personalized treatment that will revolutionize cancer care. The fun, the excitement, the promise . . .  – John Curran, Director of Sequencing Operations

I believe that we have the unique opportunity to offer patients hope by building an outstanding company, with an elite team that genuinely cares about each other.  – Diana Cassidy, Office Manager

Neon provides a rare opportunity to merge cutting-edge science with innovative therapeutic approaches. People here are all focused on this goal.  – Joel Greshock, Senior Director of Translational Bioinformatics

This is a unique opportunity to change how we treat cancer with amazing, creative people who want to make this happen.  – Kelledy Manson, VP of Product Development

We are redefining innovation to change the landscape of cancer treatment. Every day R&D works together to get closer to this goal. The collaboration between our bench and operational people is fantastic!  – Melinda Snyder, Associate Director of Clinical Operations

At Neon, we are so excited to be working on personalized cancer vaccines that have the potential to offer new treatment for cancer patients. Being part of this team is truly a unique and inspiring experience.  – Jesse Dong, VP of Peptide Chemistry

Neon aspires to be the leader in neoantigen-based therapies, which is an incredibly exciting field moving incredibly fast. In fact, it feels like we’re on a rocket ship. Career opportunities are rare where you can be part of a team that has a real chance to capitalize on new scientific insights that can immediately be translated into helping patients. Neon is one of those opportunities. We work hard, have intense discussions and also have a lot of laughs here.  – Zach Taylor, Director of Business Development & Strategy

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