Liquidia Technologies is a privately-held clinical stage company focused on advancing vaccines and therapeutics that leverage the PRINTtechnology for design and manufacture of engineered particles. The PRINTtechnology offers unprecedented control of particle size, shape and chemistry in a highly consistent and scalable manufacturing process. In addition to its own products, Liquidia licenses its PRINTparticle technology and its GMP manufacturing capabilities to support proprietary programs advanced by collaborators.
We are committed to advancing precisely engineered products that profoundly impact the lives of patients.
Liquidia is proud of its cultural values and strives for excellence and innovation in everything that we do.
Liquidia was founded in 2004 on the discoveries of Professor Joseph DeSimone at UNC, Chapel Hill.
We are located in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
For additional information, please visit www.liquidia.com.
Contribute to the design and development of novel particle-based product candidates
Work in a hands-on, dynamic laboratory environment engaged in design, fabrication, analysis and manufacturing of nanoparticles and microparticles
Identify and apply appropriate analytical techniques to support novel particle designs
Characterize raw materials and particle products by SEM, HPLC, GC, DLS, laser diffraction, cascade impaction, protein assays, and other analytical and bioanalytical techniques
Apply scientific methods and observational and critical analysis skills to plan and execute experiments, analyze data, and draw conclusions from results
Work cross-functionally with one or more research teams
Communicate results, including presentation at team meetings
B.S. or advance degree in chemistry, biochemistry, pharmaceutical sciences, or a related field
3-7 years industry experience in biotechnology, nanotechnology, and/or pharmaceutical development
Experience with chromatography, spectroscopy, and/or other physicochemical testing methods
Experience with pharmaceutical dosage forms for respiratory delivery, dermatology, and/or ophthalmology preferred
Experience analyzing large molecules (e.g., polymers, proteins, polysaccharides, oligonucleotides) preferred
Familiarity with GLP/GMP regulations
Ability to work in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment
Must be a creative, detail-oriented person with strong analytical and communication skills
Ability to thrive in a multidisciplinary team environment is essential for success
P.O. Box 110085
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709