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Process Chemist 9/16/2017

Abide Therapeutics San Diego, CA

Company
Abide Therapeutics
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
374293
Location
San Diego, CA
Experience
Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Job Type
Regular
AJE Ref #
579542765

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Abide Therapeutics is seeking a highly motivated, experienced chemist to contribute to the identification and development of novel small molecule drugs targeting the serine hydrolase enzyme family. Abide s mission is to develop innovative medicines that target serine hydrolases, one of the largest enzyme classes in nature with validated, but mostly untapped therapeutic potential. Abide is a privately held biotechnology company. This position will be based in our San Diego, California laboratory.

If you thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced environment and enjoy creative and challenging work, Abide may be the company for you. We are currently seeking a Process Chemist to join our team.

In this role, the successful candidate will optimize the synthesis of potential drug candidate molecules directed toward the inhibition of serine hydrolases and function as part of a cross-disciplinary team to advance compounds into clinical trials. The candidate will execute process chemistry optimization of synthetic routes to lead molecules in addition to preparation of novel building blocks and key intermediates on large scale. The successful candidate will participate in discussions with contract manufacturing organizations (CMO) to enable the preparation of compounds for preclinical and clinical evaluation on multi-kilogram scale. Additionally, the candidate will engage in pre-formulation activities for lead molecules and early development of solid oral dosage forms. The successful candidate will also contribute to preparing the CMC section of IND applications and investigational medicinal product dossiers in collaboration with consultants, QA specialists and CMOs. The chemist will work independently, use databases to keep current with process chemistry trends and contribute to patent applications and publications.