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Development Manager


As a Development Manager, you will manage a diverse bioengineering team focused on defining and executing process optimization and technology development projects within the cell and gene therapy, and regenerative medicine fields. You will provide deep technical expertise and will be responsible for project scope definition, task prioritization and team execution against milestones.

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Investment Analyst


As an Investment Analyst for Launch, you are an individual with practical experience in finance, economics, business analysis, or venture capital/investment banking. You will also have a solid background in fundamental life sciences, particularly in cell and gene therapy or regenerative medicine. You will be relied upon to support the Manager, Venture Development, and other management in a wide variety of responsibilities including but not limited to investment valuations, new venture development, transaction support and portfolio management of investments/companies. 

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Manager, Technology Sourcing and Evaluation


We are seeking a Manager, Technology Sourcing and Evaluation. You will lead a team of commercialization analysts to establish a program for active sourcing and evaluation of technologies relevant to the fields of cell and gene therapy that align with CCRM’s internal interests for proprietary development, company creation, and investment.

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Vice President, Technology


As the Vice President, Technology at CCRM, you will be responsible for the identification, evaluation, sourcing and maturation of new, innovative technologies to drive commercial growth and position CCRM as a leader in regenerative medicine. You will be a member of CCRM’s senior leadership team and will co-direct the Centre for Advanced Therapeutic Cell Technologies (CATCT), an important collaboration between CCRM and GE Healthcare to provide process and product development services in cell and gene therapy. This position will also provide leadership to, and fill key positions in, CCRM “Incubation Teams”, an ambitious start-up model where new early-stage biotechnology products are designed, funded and matured with the support of subject matter experts, entrepreneurs, clinicians, scientists and engineers for subsequent company incorporation and spin-out.

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