Careers

Cello Therapeutics, Inc. is a rapidly growing biotech company located in the Sorrento Valley—one of the major biotech hubs in the nation. Cello focuses on the development of novel nanotherapeutics based on biomimetic cell membrane-coated nanoparticles for cancer treatment. Cello offers a highly motivational and rewarding working environment with attractive salary and benefits.

Current Openings

Product Development Scientist/Sr. Scientist

  • Capable of designing, leading and execution of laboratory experiments ranging from pre-formulation, formulation, process characterization, analytical testing, and scale-up of mRNA nanoparticle-based products in an effective, and safe manner.
  • Research, prototype, test, implement and scale up products and processes for encapsulating mRNA into nanoparticles.
  • Support in-vitro and in-vivo studies.
  • Assist in development of manufacturing methods, processes, work instructions, and SOPs for the production of mRNA/nanoparticle-based products.
  • Determine requirements for equipment, tooling, materials, and methods of manufacturing of mRNA nanoparticle products.
  • Assist in evaluating suppliers for raw materials, contract testing laboratories, and contract manufacturing organization.
  • Regularly report work status and prepare written reports on work performed.
  • Cooperatively working with personnel in other departments/collaborators: Formulation and Process Development, Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs, and collaborating partners.

Analytical Scientist/QC Specialist

Responsibilities include:

  • Work on analytical method development and qualification/validation & testing to support preclinical development and clinical development programs.
  • Develop analytical methods and assays for cell membranes, nanoparticles, cell membrane-coated nanoparticles, drug-loaded cell membrane-coated nanoparticles, and small molecules, carry out phase-appropriate qualification/validations for these methods, perform characterization testing, and troubleshooting experiments, and author corresponding documents.
  • Establish cGMP compliant QC lab which includes evaluating and purchasing analytical instruments, setting up processes for analytical testing and release of raw materials, in-process materials and final drug substance and drug products.
  • Evaluate the manufacturing process and manufacturing process technology transfer.
  • Evaluate suppliers for raw materials, contract testing laboratories, and contract manufacturing organizations.
  • Develop analytical methods and assays in biological fluids and prepare documentation for method transfer.
  • Regularly report work status and prepare written reports on work performed.
  • Cooperatively work with personnel in other departments, i.e. Formulation and Process Development, Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs, and collaborating partners.
Scroll to Top