|Placement base location||Unit 306 Westbourne Studios,
242 Acklam Road,
London, W10 5JJ
|Contact for enquiries|
|Placement job title||Protein Engineer|
|Potential start date||Flexible|
|Potential working pattern||Full-time|
|Details of application method||Email us with your CV and your interest in applying at email@example.com|
|Application closing date||Ongoing|
|Overview of PIPS organisation|
|LiliumX are a recent University of Oxford spinout that drives innovation in bispecific antibody R&D against cancer. We believe that current bispecific antibody R&D is outdated and focused only on limited known biology. We break free of this limitation by using our highly modular high-throughput protein platform to discover novel target combinations to make first-in-class bispecific antibodies with entirely new mechanisms of action.|
Covalent conjugation technologies allow for the modular assembly of complex proteins, enabling the production of bispecific antibodies at high combinatorial scales. The aim of the project is to derive a new peptide-protein conjugation technology that has beneficial features in generating novel bispecific antibodies.
You will work in collaboration with the biochemistry team to deliver this project. This will involve:
You will work primarily on this project, but may be expected to perform other roles within the biochemistry team as required. By the end of the internship, you will be expected to be working independently taking the lead on project direction, generate accurate reports and give presentations to the team.
Required experience and skills
We are looking for candidates with:
Not required but helpful attributes include:
Diversity and inclusion
Our science knows no boundaries and so does our employment criteria. We welcome applicants from any background without discrimination on the basis of race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other factors prohibited by law.