AllerGenis is seeking an experienced Project Manager who is enthusiastic about biotechnology, scientific research, and improving human health. We’re looking for someone who excels at coordinating cross-functional teams, managing resources with multiple stakeholders across our organization, and communicating technical content to diverse audiences. You will join a highly collaborative group that supports a wide variety of functions across our company. By helping our scientists in prioritizing, tracking, and completing work on several projects, you will enhance the effectiveness of our team. You will coordinate with others within AllerGenis to ensure that our group’s resources are efficiently deployed and utilized to advance our goals.
You will have extensive experience independently and proactively managing rapidly changing project priorities for a widely dispersed team of scientists. You will have the strong technical and biological background needed to communicate with people in a variety of roles at our growing biotech company and you will have experience in a regulated (CLIA/FDA) environment.
This is a part-time, contract position. While you can work remotely in this role, frequent and consistent in-person interactions in our Hatfield, PA lab will be required. You will report directly to the Chief Executive Officer.
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AllerGenis is revolutionizing the way we predict, diagnose and monitor food allergies with precision for millions of allergy patients.
Established in 2017 and located in Hatfield, PA, AllerGenis develops precision, data-driven diagnostics to help healthcare providers more accurately and safely diagnose, assess and monitor patients with food allergies. The company was founded out of a collaboration between Genisphere, provider of the 3DNA® platform for targeted drug delivery, and Hugh Sampson MD, of the Elliot and Roslyn Jaffe Food Allergy Institute of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. AllerGenis’ proprietary epitope mapping technology is based on immunological research by Dr. Sampson and leverages Genisphere’s expertise in improving sensitivity of diagnostic tests. AllerGenis is creating the largest food allergy knowledge base populated by individual patient epitope signatures derived from epitope mapping, clinical history, and patient-reported outcomes to gain clinical insights.
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AllerGenis is an Equal Opportunity Employer
2801 Sterling Drive
Hatfield, PA 19440