Jobs

Position Organization Location Postedsort ascending
Biostatistician – R&D Support Projects ArcherDX
2477 55th Street, Suite 202
Boulder, CO 80301
03.06.2015
BIOINFORMATICS SCIENTIST - GENOTYPING PROJECTS ArcherDX
2477 55th Street, Suite 202
Boulder, CO 80301
03.06.2015
Production Control Manager ArcherDX
2477 55th Street, Suite 202
Boulder, CO 80301
03.06.2015
Software Developer EMBL-EBI
Wellcome Trust Genome Campus
Nr Hinxton
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB10 1SD
United Kingdom
03.06.2015
Strategic Account Manager; Inside Sales (3936) QIAGEN
MD
03.05.2015
Vice President of Research Laboratory New York Stem Cell Foundation
New York, NY 10023
03.05.2015
Research Technician II Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA 19104
03.05.2015
Pharmacovigilance Scientist Job GE Healthcare
Marlborough, MA
03.05.2015
Biological Software Engineer (Ref. 032709) University of Edinburgh
Edinburgh
United Kingdom
03.05.2015
Senior Faculty Biostatistician University of South Florida - USF
FL
03.04.2015
Senior Bioinformatics Scientist University of South Florida - USF
FL
03.04.2015
Chemist III Actavis, Inc.
Davie, FL
03.04.2015
Scientist - Assay Development Spark Therapeutics
Philadelphia, PA
03.04.2015
Senior Manufacturing Technician Spark Therapeutics
Philadelphia, PA
03.04.2015
Statistical Research Associate I-III Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center & Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Seattle, WA
03.04.2015
Principal Biostatistician, Non-Clinical Genomic Health
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Redwood City, CA 94063
03.04.2015
Systems Analyst/Technical Writer Pacific Biosciences
1380 Willow Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025
03.03.2015
Associate Scientific Programmer Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
8700 Beverly Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048
03.03.2015
Bioinformatician I Cedars-Sinai Medical Center 03.03.2015
Senior Manager R&D Beckman-Coulter
Danvers, MA
03.03.2015

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A study of hiring patterns appearing in Science Advances finds that institutional prestige of where someone got their PhD affects where they land a faculty position.

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