At the Cedars-Sinai Biomanufacturing Center, we are using the latest techniques to reprogram, expand, and characterize human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells from human skin or blood tissues of healthy subjects and diseased patients.
Want to be a part of this exciting work?
As a Process Development Scientist, you will provide scientific and technique leadership in the development and optimization of the cellular production process in the regenerative medicine field at various scales ranging from research and development (R&D) to current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) for phase I & II trials.
Leads and performs technology transfer of research lab cellular rand gene therapy manufacturing processes and converts them to cGMP compatible processes with appropriate scale up or scale out.
Provides guidance and applies intricate knowledge of allogeneic processes where significant scale-up is required as well as patient-specific cell therapies (autologous) for process scalability, where the manufacturing process must be scaled-out.
Responsible for ensuring that the desired quality and target product profile of the cell is maintained through the entire manufacturing process, including the harvest, downstream processing, and delivery.
Ensures the preservation of cellular quality throughout the entire manufacturing process is critical to off-the-shelf cell therapies and will require the development of scalable operations.
Responsible for reading literature and creating innovative methods and intellectual property for developing GMP-compatible processes for cellular therapies, especially related to Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) and their differentiated derivatives.
Utilizes strong laboratory skillsets to design and execute experiments with a focus on process establishment and robustness, assay development, interpret data, write technical reports, and SOPs.
Works with R&D, cGMP manufacturing, and quality control (QC) teams for technology transfer of established production process as well as on-site support to cGMP manufacturing production campaigns.
Provides leadership for supervising associates and ensures the compliance of the facility's standard operating procedures (SOPs) and policies which incorporate both internal and external (i.e. FDA) regulatory standards.
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