Research Associate

In Vivo

Posted on 6/4/2024

Retro Biosciences

Retro Biosciences

51-200 employees

Develops therapies to combat aging and diseases



San Carlos, CA, USA

  • BS/AS degree in biology, veterinary science, or a related field
  • 1+ years of animal husbandry, colony management or rodent work in a research setting
  • Interest in learning new technical procedures such as behavior phenotyping assays, rodent anesthesia, and surgical assisting
  • Must be able to stand, sit, crouch, and climb frequently for long durations
  • Must be able to safely lift and maneuver 50 lbs
  • Must be able to work weekends and holidays as needed
  • Perform dose administration (IP, SQ, RO, PO, IV), blood collection (RO, Cardiac, SM, tail vein), tumor measurement and necropsy in rodent models
  • Train to assist and/or perform sterile survival surgical procedures
  • Perform behavioral phenotyping assays
  • Maintain compliance with IACUC and regulations to assure animal welfare
  • Maintain the vivarium and surrounding space as needed lab stock, chemical inventory, safety records, reviewing and writing operating procedures and study protocols

Retro Biosciences is committed to advancing healthcare by focusing on the development of therapies that target aging mechanisms. This focus not only contributes to increasing health spans but also offers significant advancements in combatting age-related diseases through innovative approaches like cellular reprogramming and autophagy. The company's dedication to cutting-edge research and a strong emphasis on developing plasma-inspired therapeutics positions it as a leader in the niche field of age-related healthcare solutions, making it an excellent workplace for those passionate about making a real impact on the future of medicine.

Company Stage


Total Funding



San Francisco, California



Growth & Insights

6 month growth


1 year growth


2 year growth