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Sanofi’s Neuroinflammation and Repair Research Cluster in the Rare Diseases and Neuroscience Therapeutic Area, based in Framingham, MA, is looking for a highly qualified and motivated Senior Scientist to work in a lab that is working to discovery and develop therapies for the treatment of Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and other neurodegenerative and neuroinflammatory diseases. The goal of this work is to developing novel strategies to target glial signaling networks to limit disease progression and promote neuroprotection, remyelination and repair. This laboratory-based position will include the opportunity to interact with internal and external collaborators, initiate new drug discovery programs and advance ongoing projects. The candidate must have expertise in neuronal and glial cell cellular biology, deep knowledge of neural-immune and glial signaling pathways and a working knowledge of RNASeq and bioinformatics approaches
Identify new pathways and targets relevant to neuroinflammatory and neurodegenerative disease and conduct discovery research to validate these pathways and targets in cell culture and animal models and human biosamples.
Create new RNAseq and single cell RNAseq databases from human tissue banks and mouse models of disease. Work independently and with Bioinformatics colleagues to identify cell- and disease-specific gene signatures in neurons and glial cells. Develop searchable databases for group members to easily access data.
Develop new tools to study neuron-glia and glia-glia signaling in vitro and in vivo using primary rodent and human cell cultures, human iPSC cells, and rodent models of neuroinflammatory and neurodegenerative disease.
Perform target validation in human tissue by analyzing gene expression changes, pathway activation/deactivation, and signal localization at the RNA and protein level.
Work collaboratively with other members of the group to design and execute studies.
Maintain electronic laboratory notebooks, follow good research practices, and develop project deliverables, timelines and resource needs.
Develop skill sets needed to become a research project team leader to advance projects from target discovery and validation to lead candidate identification and support Phase 1 and 2 studies.
Present research at internal stakeholder meetings and at scientific conferences. Prepare research manuscripts and publish work in peer reviewed scientific journals.
Establish and maintain an external scientific network to continue to develop expertise in cutting edge science and technology to support the Rare and Neurologic Diseases Therapeutic Area strategy.
Ph.D. with 1 or more years of academic or industry postdoctoral experience.
Background in neuroscience, neuro-immunology, glial biology, and/or neurodegenerative disease is required.
Expertise in neurodegenerative and neuroinflammatory disease and experience with cell- and animal-based disease models.
Evidence of scientific productivity including first author manuscripts from graduate and postdoctoral training and presentations at scientific conferences.
Experience in drug discovery and development preferred but not required.
Proficiency in big data analyses including RNAseq and single cell RNAseq. Ability to run analysis pipelines in R or related platforms, and ability to interface with the Bioinformatics group for more complicated analyses.
Wet bench proficiency including cell culture, co-cultures, brain tissue dissociation, biochemistry (Western blot, protein pull-down), histology, and live cell and static tissue imaging using epiflourescence and confocal microscopy and image analysis.
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