Oncology Clinical Product Manager

Teiko Bio

We started Teiko Bio to use immune insights to help deliver life-changing therapies to those who need them most.  Today, Teiko delivers on its mission by supporting therapy development and informing clinical decision-making.  By using cutting-edge high-dimensional cytometry, Teiko’s leading assay, the TokuProfile, maps characteristics of response, accelerates clinical pipeline candidates, and supports identification of novel discoveries. 

We’re looking for a candidate who has the hunger and drive to bring the clinical TokuProfile to patients and physicians. 

About you

  • Expert understanding of Oncologists: what drugs and tests physicians use, and why
  • Love the details: understand what makes a good product
  • Crisp writer and presenter
  • Motivated to help breakthrough therapies reach patients
  • Excited to tackle ground-floor challenges and work with seasoned scientists and proven entrepreneurs
  • Willing to travel as needed


  • Develop and implement oncology clinical requirements for TokuProfile, Teiko’s breakthrough immune monitoring test for clinicians
  • Identify the most appropriate clinical reimbursement strategy 
  • Learn what ordering physicians want and put that into the test
  • Learn the needs and motivations of third party payors and what drives clinical reimbursement
  • Design our clinical publication roadmap
  • Set up academic collaborations


  • Hunger and willingness to help make products successful in clinical practice

There is no degree requirement, but if you don’t have a formal education, you need to demonstrate extensive experience understanding Oncology practice ordering patterns

Ready to be at Altitude?

Residency at Altitude Lab includes access to our cutting edge wet lab space, personalized mentoring and network development and grant support for underrepresented founders.

See more details about our program and application process here.


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