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Jobs

Position Organization Location Posted
Clinical Research Scientist, Translational Medicine Celgene
San Francisco, CA
02.02.2017
Project Manager Agendia, Inc.
22 Morgan
Irvine, CA 92618
02.02.2017
Senior Manufacturing Engineer 10x Genomics
San Francisco Bay Area, CA
02.02.2017
Technical Specialist SpeeDx Ltd
The London Bioscience Innovation Centre
2 Royal College Street
London
London
NW1 ONH
United Kingdom
02.02.2017
Lab Computing Invenia Resourcing Netherlands 02.03.2017
Bioinformatician EMBL-EBI
CB101SD
United Kingdom
02.03.2017
Chief Medical Officer 3D Signatures Inc.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
ON
Canada
02.06.2017
Lab Technologist/Lab Scientist 3D Signatures Inc.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
ON
Canada
02.06.2017
Protein Computational Scientist EMBL-EBI
EMBL-EBI Wellcome Trust Genome Campus
Hinxton
Cambridge
CB10 1SD
United Kingdom
02.09.2017
Senior Software Quality Assurance Engineer Genomic Health
Redwood City, CA 94063
02.07.2017
Senior Quality Assurance Engineer (Design Control) Genomic Health
Redwood City, CA 94063
02.07.2017
Quality Control Scientist I, Protein Aldevron
Madison, WI 53719
02.07.2017
Scientist Genomics plc
King Charles House
Park End Street
Oxford
OX1 1JD
United Kingdom
02.08.2017
Software Engineer (data visualisation) Genomics plc
Oxford
United Kingdom
02.08.2017
Senior Software Engineer Genomics plc
Oxford
United Kingdom
02.08.2017
Principal Software Engineer Genomics plc
Oxford
United Kingdom
02.08.2017
Senior Scientist in Electronic Medical Record Analytics Genomics plc
Oxford
United Kingdom
02.08.2017
Field Product Specialist Asuragen, Inc.
2150 Woodward St.
Austin, IL 78744
02.08.2017
Developer/Analyst I Asuragen, Inc.
2150 Woodward St.
Austin, TX 78744
02.08.2017
Territory Sales Representative Asuragen, Inc.
2150 Woodward St.
Austin, TX 78744
02.08.2017

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