We are a passionate team of scientists with expertise in immunology and drug development driven to change the lives of those affected by severe inflammatory and autoimmune diseases. If you are creative, passionate and looking to chart a new course, we would love to hear from you. Come join us.
Current Job Openings
Senior Scientist, Translational Research
We seek a creative and highly motivated translational scientistwith a strong background in immunology/inflammation to join our energetic and collaborative team.
Director Translational Research
The candidate should have a strong background in immunology/inflammation and a desire to be part of an energetic, fast-paced company. They will oversee research to establish drug proof of mechanism (POM) in the clinic, assess relevance of target biology to human disease, and develop biomarkers.
We are looking for an experienced Medical Writer to work directly with scientists within the company across disciplines and Clinical/ Regulatory Operations and Regulatory Affairs departments on regulatory documents, as well as being able to summarize data contained within source data for regulatory documents.
Director/Senior Director Regulatory Affairs
Q32 Bio is searching for a strategic, collaborative regulatory leader who will provide regulatory expertise and support for pre-clinical, clinical, and commercial areas for investigational and marketed products. Ensures developments of drugs are in accordance with global regulations in order to approve drugs quickly and smoothly within typical approval timeframes.
Clinical Study Manager
Q32 Bio is searching for an independent, collaborative Clinical Study Manager (CSM) to lead the operations of one of our clinical stage programs. The CSM will lead the implementation of one or more of our studies and will manage the relationships with our internal study teams as well as close management of external CROs.
Principal Scientist/Associate Director: Bioanalytical Science
This principal scientist/associate director will serve as the lead scientist for study bioanalysis supporting early research programs through clinical trials. Individually and through CROs or direct reports, this person will be responsible for bioanalytical and immunogenicity assay development, assay qualification and validation, sample analysis, data interpretation, and delivery of results and reports.