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At KSQ Therapeutics, we seek to understand the role of every human gene in each disease, each tissue, and each cell that we study. This comprehensive approach has resulted in a massive, experimentally derived dataset that we have found to be remarkably predictive of past successes and failures in oncology and immuno-oncology product development. Utilizing this approach, we also identified a number of opportunities for the development of new medicines. As a result, we have aggressively invested in these distinct, highly validated pathways for new drug development with the expectation that the medicines we create may become the next breakthrough products for patients.
Founded in late 2015, KSQ is a preclinical-stage biotech in Kendall Square that has rapidly advanced the field of CRISPR-enabled functional genomics, from in vitro cell autonomous screens to more complex genome-scale screens of immune cells in vivo. The company has expanded the scope of its technology to include multiple cell types and to unlock areas beyond oncology. KSQ is led by a team of accomplished industry experts in drug discovery and development.
KSQ Therapeutics, Inc. is seeking an exceptional and highly motivated scientist to apply their experience in molecular biology towards the discovery of the next generation of impactful therapies. This skilled scientist will contribute to target validation and cell biology efforts to characterize novel cancer pathways and develop assays for drug targets. They must be driven and flexible with the broad number of in vitro, in vivo, and biomarker activities associated with cancer drug discovery. This is an opportunity to learn, contribute and flourish in KSQ’s dynamic, highly interdisciplinary, and collaborative environment.