Associate Scientist - Cellularization in Manchester, NH for Lung Biotechnology, PBC/United Therapeutics Corporation
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Associate Scientist - Cellularization
How you’ll contribute Develop strategies to cellularize 3D printed scaffolds to generate functional tissue engineered lungs. Create, optimize, and implement analytical metrics that provide insight into the stability and function of printed scaffolding material. Provide expertise on lung tissue engineering methodologies and techniques required to generate a cellularized 3D printed lung scaffold. Support the development of methods and protocols to produce cellularized 3D printed lung constructs which are suitable for pre-clinical and in-vitro functional evaluation. Key Job Responsibilities Actively support or lead efforts to create, develop, and evaluate cellularized 3D printed bioscaffolds for lung tissue engineering Establish


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