South San Francisco
California, United States of America
The Department is a comprehensive imaging research facility that includes MRI, micro-CT (in vivo and ex vivo), ultrasound, PET/CT, and a range of in vivo optical imaging technologies. The position will broadly focus on the development and validation of imaging reagents and methods aimed at providing structural and physiological endpoints for preclinical models of disease, and, in some cases, potential for clinical application. This position provides an exciting opportunity to contribute to efforts across a range of imaging modalities within the department and therapeutic areas across Genentech’s Research portfolio.
We seek a highly motivated researcher with extensive experience in molecular, cellular and histological approaches that can leverage these skills to develop and validate in vivo imaging reagents/methods. The qualified individual will possess the following:
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