Careers At Universal Cells

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Universal Cells’ vision is to deliver on the promise of regenerative medicine by trailblazing the use of gene editing in cell therapies.

All current available positions are listed on this page and at the Astellas US Careers site found here.

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Scientist, Exosomes

SEATTLE, USA

Universal Cells is seeking an innovative and highly motivated R&D Scientist for Exosome research, to develop novel strategies and to leverage exosome research in stem cell-based therapeutics. Methods will be established to isolate and characterize exosomes from human pluripotent stem cells.

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Research Associate 2, Process Development

SEATTLE, USA

Universal Cells carries out AAV-mediated gene-editing of pluripotent stem cells using non-GMP processes in a controlled manufacturing environment. The Process Development Research Associate 2 will work as part of a team evaluating processes, and planning/executing experiments to improve all aspects of culturing, gene-editing, and engineering of pluripotent stem cells.

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Research Associate 2, Cell Editing

SEATTLE, USA

Universal Cells carries out AAV-mediated gene-editing of pluripotent stem cells using a non-GMP Qualified Manufacturing Process (QMP). The Cell Editing RA 2 will work as part of a team evaluating, planning, and executing all aspects of gene-editing and engineering of pluripotent stem cells.

Will acquire further versatility in routine procedures, technical knowledge, understanding of administrative operations, and general troubleshooting. Will assist with complex laboratory operations and take on more responsibility to provide content for various documents and reports. Will be able to execute protocols with minimal guidance, and the ability to summarize results independently.

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Research Associate 2, Cell Differentiation

SEATTLE, USA

We are seeking a highly-motivated and energetic Research Associate to join our R&D team to precisely edit and differentiate human pluripotent stem cells and perform phenotypic assays to guide choices for future clinical-grade therapeutic products.

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