We have a unique and exciting opportunity as an Adipose / Fatty Tissue Engineer at a cutting edge biotechnology company based in the Netherlands. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone passionate about tissue engineering who is looking for challenging and innovative position.
Key part of the product development team working closely with muscle tissue engineers/ bioprocessing engineers/ food scientists to perfect production processes. Activities involve designing and optimizing all aspects of adipose differentiation from Induced pluripotent stem cells iPSCs for large scale production. Differentiation will be conducted in single and/or co-culture with muscle tissues.
Requirements (Not all required)
MSc or PHD. In tissue engineering/ biomedical engineering/ bioengineering etc. with a focus on adipose tissue, in cell biology/ physiology looking at three dimensional culture of adipocytes from iPSCs or other related fields
Work experience with adipose tissue generation, culture of iPSCs and three dimension tissue engineering
Track record in characterisation of cell physiology, cell morphology, fat determination and/or other biological properties for cultured tissues
Knowledge of developing and optimising tissue engineering for physiological mimicry
By clicking “apply” you will be sending your CV to Simon Trebilcock at Barrington James. Simon is a Specialist Scientific Recruiter with 6 years recruitment experience, an MSc in Molecular Biology and a BSc in Chemistry. Simon will discuss the opportunity in detail with you facilitate your application and will manage the process acting as a link between the company and yourself. He will assist in all elements of the process, facilitate the offer process, keep in contact throughout your notice period and even catch up with you during your first week in your new role.
This opportunity has understandably been incredibly popular. We encourage all interested candidates to apply without delay as it is likely that recruitment will close prematurely. Please direct all questions (if necessary) to Simon Trebilcock at strebilcock (at) barringtonjames (dot) com alongside a copy of your CV.