Founded in the biotech hub of the world, NIRRIN Analytics employs disruptive technologies and methodologies to deliver non-invasive, non-destructive, real-time, in-process monitoring of aqueous solutions that can enable improved process control, faster process development, and adaptive manufacturing for the biopharma and life science industries.
NIRRIN Analytics leverages best-in-class NIR technology, innovative chemometric/analytical methods, and application-specific knowledge to deliver effective, robust, and simple-to-use solutions that are cost-effective, flexible, and scalable to address dynamic customer needs.
Board of Directors
Bryan Hassell, Ph.D.
Bryan Hassell earned his Ph.D. in Applied Physics at Harvard University where his dissertation focused on development of novel in vitro disease models. His work resulted in the discovery of new molecular mechanisms behind therapeutic resistance in non-small cell lung cancer patients and the resulting technology led to 2 patents and a Boston-based startup.
He also earned his B.S./M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Villanova University focusing on heat transfer and fluid dynamics, after which he joined the Department of Defense within NAVSEA Carderock Division. Within the DoD he worked as an R&D scientist working on novel heat transfer solutions for radar and weapon systems, as well as a Principal Investigator/Technical Point of Contact on several BAA solicitations and SBIR/STTR programs under the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Office of Naval Research and DARPA.
Patrick Shaffer, Ph.D.
Patrick Shaffer has a PhD in theoretical chemistry from UC Berkeley and has expertise in simulation/ modeling, spectroscopy, biophysics and machine learning.
He worked as a data scientist at Mirah and did his postdoctoral research in biomolecular simulation at ETH Zurich, where he developed algorithms that significantly extended the capabilities of these simulations.
Jonathan Hartmann, MBA
John Ho, Ph.D.
David Michael, MBA
David Seldin, MBA
We are looking for a full-time Lab Technician II, who will be responsible for both experimental and/or numerical/programming support.
Key experimental/engineering activities include:
- Culture and maintenance of suspension and non-suspension cells
- Maintaining live bioreactors while obtaining real-time data
- Engineering design of new probe interfaces
Key numerical activities include:
- Developing chemometric models using Matlab/Python/C++
- Developing graphical user interfaces (GUIs) to integrate data acquisition, analysis and presentation
- Technical Bachelor’s or Master’s, with a focus on either
- Bio/Chemical/Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Biology or - Computer Science strongly preferred.
- 0-1 year of work experience, with a preference for candidates with hands-on technical experience and wet-lab experience.
- Experience with bio and biochemistry assays e.g. ELISA, mass spec., protein purification
- Experience with CAD tools e.g. SolidWorks and 3D printing/rapid-prototyping
- Demonstrated strong academic ability.
- Strong personal drive and ability to operate independently when needed.
- Coding experience (if non-CS) is a plus.