Formulation Scientist
Florida, USA

SciPro is currently partnered with a clinical-stage biotechnology company targeting novel drug delivery platforms. The company is looking for a formulation subject matter expert to join the Technical Operations team and contribute to formulation development, scale-up, and tech transfer activities.



  • Formulate novel inhalation drug delivery platforms
  • Manage raw material development and preformulation through late-stage process development
  • Process design and development for drug product manufacturing
  • Coordinate with other cross functional CMC teams



  • PhD in Biochemistry, Chemical Engineering, or related field with ideally 3+ years of industry experience (combined experience in biotech and pharmaceutical environment is ideal)
  • Hands on experience working with inhalable drug delivery formats


All interested applicants are encouraged to apply below.

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