South San Francisco, California
The Research Pathology Department in Genentech Research and Early Development (gRED), in association with the Department of Neuroscience is seeking an experienced neuropathologist for a Scientist / Senior Scientist / Principal Scientist position (rank equivalent to assistant / associate / full professor in academia). Candidates should have completed a residency in pathology and a fellowship in neuropathology, or have equivalent training. The successful candidate should have expertise in molecular and cellular biology using both in vitro and in vivo model systems, and possess a deep mechanistic understanding of the cellular pathways that contribute to diseases of the human nervous system (such as neurodegenerative diseases, neuroinflammation, and aging). The position will involve close collaboration with research labs in Neuroscience as well as providing pathology support for scientists who discover and develop drugs or identify associated biomarkers for the treatment of neurological diseases. Genentech provides an exceptional research environment composed of internationally recognized scientific leaders as well as state-of-the-art facilities that provide cutting edge technologies and computational resources to support all research activities.
The Department of Research Pathology provides pathology expertise and tissue-based analysis to support basic scientific discoveries, development of drug targets, and biomarkers using both human tissues and animal models in support of drug development throughout the pipeline. Pathologists use their scientific and medical backgrounds to integrate data from sources throughout the company into a coherent analysis of human disease and animal / organoid disease models. The pathologists’ collaborative support of Genentech scientists includes histopathology interpretive expertise informed by traditional diagnostic categories, as well as by detailed and expert understanding of molecular and cellular biology. These activities are enabled by the pathology core (P-core) labs that include necropsy, clinical pathology, histopathology, immunohistochemistry / in situ hybridization, a human tissue biorepository, advanced light microscopy, electron microscopy, digital pathology, and translational tissue technologies. The department provides high quality pathology support to laboratory and clinical scientists engaged in biomarker strategy/development/deployment across the drug development pipeline. These activities can extend into “late stage” clinical development efforts (Phase III clinical trials).
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