Chief Operating Officer


BioLoomics is an exciting biotech company combining synthetic biology in human cells, cellular imaging, and machine learning to build safer tumor-specific biologics for oncology. Using our ‘Evolution in a Microscope’ platform, we perform directed evolution of biologics in human cell libraries. This platform includes cutting edge, computer vision guided cell picking, our mammalian display 2.0 technology, and best-in-class fluorescent bioassays to build and search libraries of antibody chimera designs for rare variants with therapeutic potential. Our unique approach enables us to build antibodies that execute complex logic to focus therapeutic activity specifically in and around tumors. Our mission is to bring life-saving oncology drugs to patients that eradicate tumors using the power of the immune system.

Responsibilities & Requirements

You are our ideal candidate if the following is true: You are inspired by nature’s ability to build complex multifunctional proteins & believe if we can harness this power, we will build better therapies. You are a strong primary driver who is experienced in building teams, building labs, and strategic planning. You have led successful teams of scientists and business developers in preclinical drug development and combine a realistic outlook with a highly positive attitude. You are a technically oriented, skilled manager who navigates complex engineering/scientific discussions to keep your team focused on big picture goals. You have deep experience with most or all of the following: Directed Evolution, Immunology Mouse Models, Protein Purification, Mammalian Cell Culture Model Systems, Bioassays in HTS, Antibody Engineering. This position is a core leadership role working alongside the CEO to guide a Synthetic Biology team, a Computational Biology team, and a Business Development team (each with 4-6 people). Each of these teams perform critical steps in our iterative process and inter-team communication is important to maintain momentum in our therapeutic programs. The COO will develop company culture by guiding hiring, leading regular intra- and inter-team meetings, setting technical goals, defining metrics for success for each team, recognizing technical hurdles and guiding teams to execute solutions using a data focused approach. The ideal candidate can work remotely initially but is willing to relocate to the Boulder/Denver area in the near future.

  • PhD in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, or Related Fields
  • 10+ years of experience in leadership roles in biotech in preclinical drug discovery & development (preferred)
  • US Work Authorization

Dental, Health, Vision, Flexible Schedule, Flexible, PTO, Strong Equity Incentive, Relocation Expenses

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