At Bristol Myers Squibb, we are inspired by a single vision – transforming patients’ lives through science. In oncology, hematology, immunology and cardiovascular disease – and one of the most diverse and promising pipelines in the industry – each of our passionate colleagues contribute to innovations that drive meaningful change. We bring a human touch to every treatment we pioneer. Join us and make a difference.
The new Bristol-Myers Squibb research site in Cambridge’s Kendall Square will help us continue to deliver on our mission, positioning the company and our scientists in the heart of a vibrant ecosystem of world-class science, innovation and business opportunities.
The Mechanisms of Cancer Resistance Thematic Research Center at BMS is one of the fundamental research and early development engines delivering oncology therapeutics to patients. The scientists at this state-of-the-art research and development site in Cambridge focus on novel tumor intrinsic targets and pathways for tumors that are refractory to current Immuno-Oncology and Oncology therapies, and implement our discovery platforms across all of our therapeutic areas of focus. We are a fully integrated drug discovery through translational and early clinical development organization which exploits state-of-the-art in vitro, in vivo and ex-vivo models of cancer biology to identify and validate targets. We partner closely with colleagues in Translational Medicine, Informatics and Predictive Sciences and Early Clinical Development to generate biomarker and patient enrichment hypotheses to enable efficient decision making in early clinical trials. We are optimally positioned to complement the world-class translational expertise, biology and leading academic research centers in the area.
The Scientist will join the Oncology Early Target Biology group at Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) in Cambridge, MA to aide in the advancement of early-stage therapeutic targets. The position will utilize genome engineering, mechanistic biology, cell-based assays, and other cutting-edge technologies to validate tumor intrinsic targets and support the drug discovery pipeline. The qualified candidate is a highly motivated, interactive, and creative individual that possesses the ability to work across a highly matrixed environment and aid the advancement of the next wave of targets into preclinical drug development. The candidate is expected to effectively collaborate with colleagues across discovery oncology including the exploratory pharmacology, drug discovery and translational research groups. The position requires the ability to design, iterate, and lead several key project initiatives and demonstrate critical thinking to challenge self and others. The successful candidate will demonstrate clear and professional verbal and written communication skills and will be capable of communicating their results across multidisciplinary teams.
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