Allvivo Vascular develops antimicrobial technologies for medical devices and wound care. We are an early stage, privately held company that provides a creative and challenging work environment. The company's collaborative and multi-disciplinary environment provides employees with excellent opportunities to learn new skills and achieve personal growth while developing products that improve healthcare.
The microbiologist will contribute to the development of antimicrobial technologies for medical devices and wound care. The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting assays to evaluate the efficacy of antimicrobial technologies in preventing the adhesion and biofilm formation of bacteria on devices as well as the efficacy of novel antimicrobial formulations against mature biofilms. They will be responsible for improving existing assays and developing new assays to study parameters that impact biofilm growth and biofilm properties to support the improvement of product formulations. They will be responsible for validating new assays, preparing and updating standard operating procedures, and maintaining a Biosafety Level II laboratory.
Good Laboratory Practices and R&D procedures.