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17 July, 2019 - 10:30 By Tony Quested

Cell therapy pioneer seeklng 30 hires to accelerate scale-up

Mogrify, the transformational cell therapy company that has taken the Cambridge life science cluster by storm, is fast-tracking the hire of 30 new recruits to accelerate global scale-up.

The young company, in the process of raising mega funds, is throwing open the doors of its new headquarters in August to showcase its technology and its roadmap to international success.

The Mogrify careers day will be held at the Bio-Innovation Centre, 25 Cambridge Science Park on Friday, August 16 from 4–6pm.

The event will showcase careers in the biotech industry, specifically in cell therapy and regenerative medicine, and offer attendees the opportunity to visit the company’s research laboratories, and meet with the founders and current employees.

Mogrify has developed a proprietary direct cellular conversion technology, which makes it possible to transform any mature cell type into any other, bypassing the pluripotent stem cell or progenitor cell-state.

Mogrify’s platform simultaneously addresses the challenges associated with efficacy, safety and scalability in the development and manufacture of lifesaving cell therapies.

CEO Dr Darrin  Disley is a renowned scientist, entrepreneur, angel investor and enterprise champion who has started, grown or invested in over 40 start-up life science, technology and social enterprises. He will provide the opening remarks and introduction at the careers open day.

Mogrify’s scientific co-founders – CSO, Professor Julian Gough, a bioinformatician and biotech entrepreneur; CTO, Assistant Professor Owen Rackham, a leading academic in the application of machine learning and complex systems in cell reprograming; and CMO, Professor Jose Polo who has worked at the cutting-edge of cell reprograming for over a decade – will also give short presentations.

Dr Disley said: “Mogrify offers an exciting opportunity to work at the forefront of cell reprograming. We have up to 30 commercial, operational and scientific research roles available and look forward to welcoming those looking for a career in the biotech industry to our new facilities at the Bio-Innovation Centre, Cambridge Science Park.”

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