We are looking for a motivated and skilled scientist with a strong background in stem cell biology and differentiation principles (embryonic development and/or cellular reprogramming), combined with transcriptomic and/or epigenetic characterization of cell states to join the Cell Biology Research Team supporting our efforts in deciphering the molecular mechanisms governing cellular identity and its reprogramming.

Reporting to a senior member of the team, the candidate will work with stem cell experts investigating fundamental questions in cellular reprogramming, establishment of cellular subtypes and adult cell maturity, using human induced pluripotent stem cells (hIPSC) as source material. This work will help improve bit.bio’s cell type development platform, including research and clinical products, within the wider R&D department.

You will be a primary planner of and contributor to experimental activities at the bench to drive projects forward, responsible for delivering and reporting experimental results to the team and wider stakeholders at bit.bio, as well as facilitating technology and knowledge transfer across teams within the company.