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Position Organization Location Postedsort ascending
Production Scientist - Molecular Biology Reagents Lucigen Corporation
Middleton, WI
07.26.2017
Product Manager Lucigen Corporation
Middleton, WI
07.26.2017
Senior Scientist, Reagent Quality Control (IVD) Genomic Health
Redwood City, CA 94063
07.26.2017
Associate Scientist I/II, Cancer Biology AbbVie
San Francisco, CA
07.26.2017
Lab Technician Akorn, Inc.
Cranbury, NJ
07.26.2017
Sr. Manager - EHR Strategy & Execution Job Novo Nordisk, Inc.
Plainsboro, NJ
07.26.2017
US Sales Manager Qnostics Inc
US territory,
07.26.2017
Software Engineer (data visualisation) Genomics plc
Oxford
United Kingdom
07.26.2017
Data Scientist Genomics plc
Oxford
United Kingdom
07.26.2017
Sr Principal BioStatistician Novartis
East Hanover, NJ
07.25.2017
Associate Scientist I/ II - Biosuperiors MedImmune
Gaithersburg, MD
07.25.2017
EM Validation Scientific Programmer EMBL-EBI
EMBL-EBI Wellcome Genome Campus
Hinxton
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB10 1SD
United Kingdom
07.25.2017
Specialist, U.S. Regulatory Affairs Pharmaceuticals Merck & Co.
Madison, NJ
07.25.2017
Regional Manager (Field Sales) - Boston Invitae
remote position
Boston area, MA
07.25.2017
Postdoctoral Fellow– Cancer genomics/bioinformatics University Of California- San Francisco
San Francisco, CA
07.24.2017
Bioinformatician USC
1450 Biggy St NRT 4506
Los Angeles, CA 85044
07.24.2017
qPCR Consumables Sales Specialist - Seattle, WA Thermo Fisher Scientific
Seattle, WA
07.24.2017
Postdoc in liver genomics and bioinformatics Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
1470 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10029
07.24.2017
QC Chemist I Akorn, Inc.
Somerset, NJ
07.24.2017
Project Leader EMBL-EBI
EMBL-EBI Wellcome Trust Genome Campus Hinxton
Cambridge
UK
CB10 1SD
United Kingdom
07.24.2017

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