It's made at abcam and used to study Parkinson's Disease.
His purification expertise made it all possible.
This is what you could do.
Make a valuable impact on life science research. Face the biggest challenges of your career and find a real sense of purpose in what you achieve with us. At abcam, you’ll use your expertise to help us support global research on biology, disease, and enhancing good health.
“I came to Abcam five years ago to make a meaningful contribution to the scientific community. And since joining, having established our IVD manufacturing facility from the ground up, that’s exactly what I’ve done.”
IVD Manufacturing Manager
“I’ve been lucky enough to work across many different areas at Abcam – from hybridoma culture and manufacturing all the way through to quality control and new product development. The varied workload and constant challenges keep things interesting.”
“I’m always excited to come to work because I love what I do, and so do the people around me. It makes abcam a fun and exciting place to work.”
Lab Technician, Cell Culture
“I joined Abcam because a friend couldn’t stop talking about what a great place it was to work – and they were right. Not only did I join but I brought my fiancé with me, too. I find having the freedom to execute my ideas really refreshing.”
The life sciences industry can change in a heartbeat, and no-one knows that better than us – because we’re the ones who change it. Bring your talent and focus and you’ll help us adapt, evolve, and bring new innovation to our industry. Hear from Richard about how his team helps support global research.
If you’re aged 16 or over, joining Abcam as a Science Apprentice is a fantastic way to get paid to get real lab experience – and a brilliant opportunity to start your career at a business that has a huge impact on pioneering life science research around the world.
An apprenticeship at Abcam is a brilliant opportunity, but don’t just take our word for it – here’s what some of our current Science Apprentices have to say.
I’m currently doing a level 4 Industrial Biology HNC Apprenticeship. Before joining Abcam, I completed my A-levels in Human Biology, Psychology, and Physical Education. I work in the Purification and Conjugation department and am thoroughly enjoying working with everyone and meeting new people. I have always been passionate and enthusiastic about science and cannot wait to develop further understanding and knowledge. I look forward to contributing to Abcam and am very grateful to be given this amazing opportunity.
I'm one of 2 new apprentices at Abcam, studying for both a level 3 lab competence and a level 4 biological sciences technical qualification. My role here is in the cell sciences team and I have loved every minute so far, especially being able to meet a whole range of new people and, of course, learn new things every day. Before taking this first step into a career, I had studied A-Levels at Bury St Edmunds in Math, Biology, Psychology and English literature. I hope I can grow my scientific knowledge and become a capable member of the team.