Imanis Life Sciences


Scientist in Oncolytic Virotherapy

If you’re looking to utilize your expertise and passion to accelerate the progression of life-saving therapies to the clinic, we’re looking for you.

Company Description:

Imanis Life Sciences is a growing biotechnology/life sciences company based in Rochester, Minnesota, a friendly city ranked in 2018 Top 100 Best Places to Live. Now located in our brand-new laboratory facility. Our mission is to advance pharmacokinetics, and promote widespread adoption of noninvasive in vivo imaging in preclinical and clinical research.  We are a leading provider of products and services to accelerate development of viro-immuno-oncology drugs.  Our team of dedicated and passionate scientists (PhD, MSc, BSc) works closely with clients to facilitate their research, including study design, generation of custom products, and proposing innovation solutions.

Scientist Open Position:

The Scientist position will contribute to a variety of Imanis activities, primarily related to the development of our oncolytic virus products and services. Primary activities will include:

Primary activities will be related to oncolytic virus products and services, but occasional and similar activities will support the development of other Imanis products and services.

This position offers a unique opportunity to work in a small but growing biotech, to gain experience at all levels of operations and scientific endeavors. Additional activities may include:

Primary Responsibilities



Full time

Compensation and benefits

Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. A comprehensive benefits package including:

How to apply

To apply please send a resume and cover letter to References will be requested and background checks will be required prior to start of employment. Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled.

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