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At BERG, we value what Nobel Laureate, Albert Szent-Gyorgyi's concept of scientific discovery: "Seeing what everybody else has seen and thinking what nobody else has thought."
What differentiates our culture is our appreciation of the need for freedom of thought and creativity to discover an ecosystem of innovation with the room to address challenges in a transparent scientific environment. After all, most scientific discoveries were not the "well-thought out" hypotheses. Our most successful employees are those who care deeply about helping patients, have an intellectual curiosity, thrive working in a cross-functional environment, and aren’t afraid to challenge conventional wisdom. We are always looking to add passionate and dedicated thinkers to our team—and the time to join BERG has never been more exciting! BERG is an equal opportunity employer.
The candidate will be instrumental in the analysis and interpretation of high-throughput molecular data.
The candidate will be instrumental in the analysis and interpretation of healthcare and molecular data.
The incumbent will be responsible for driving business objectives and overseeing execution on internal and external projects.
The Assistant Scientist will be responsible for creating, managing and overseeing in vivo proof of concept (PoC) and pharmacology studies that are run with external CROs and through internal work flows.
The Research Associate will report to the Vascular Biology Program Leader and will work with scientific staff to validate vascular drug targets and investigate mechanism of action through cell based and molecular assays.
The Research Associate will report to the Project Leader in Cancer Biology and will work with scientific staff focused on oncology target validation and mechanism of action studies for lead oncology compounds.
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the General Counsel provides legal counsel and resolves legal matters for assigned responsibilities or clients; supports business objectives by rendering sound legal advice and manages legal risks to the organization.
Reporting to the Discovery Metabolomics Scientist, the incumbent will assist in metabolomics analysis using liquid-chromatography and mass spectrometry (LC/MS) platforms.
Develop and apply state-of-the art proteomics technology to address compelling questions in biology, chemistry and clinical medicine.
Join a team responsible for biomarker discovery/validation in multiple disease areas, including neurodegenerative diseases, diabetes, obesities, and cancer, using state-of-the-art quantitative proteomics platforms.