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4/7/2017
Takeda Pharmaceutical
San Diego, B.C.

OBJECTIVES: The Director of Structural Biology and Biophysics leads all activities in the Structural Biology and Biophysics group at TCAL, including Molecular Biology, Protein Chemistry, Crystallography and Biophysics. The Director works closely...

4/7/2017
Nektar Therapeutics
Mission Bay, San Francisco, CA

Participates in developing formulations for stable and releasable PEG-protein therapeutics. Designs and conducts pre-formulation and formulation development studies for parenteral liquid and lyophilized biologic drug products to ensure stability...

4/4/2017
EnCorps Teachers Program
San Francisco Bay Area, CA

YOU HAVE STEM EXPERTISE AND WANT TO GIVE BACK Are you are one of many STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) professionals who has a desire to share your passion with younger generations and make a difference for public school...

4/4/2017
EnCorps Teachers Program
Orange County, CA

Do you have professional experience and passion to change students' lives in Orange County STEM classrooms? As an EnCorps STEM Fellow (see www.encorps.org), you volunteer time and talent in a public school STEM classroom as a volunteer. EnCorps...

4/3/2017
EnCorps Teachers Program
Sacramento, CA

NOTE: The application deadline for an EnCorps Fellowship is May 15, 2017. YOU HAVE STEM EXPERTISE AND WANT TO GIVE BACK Are you are one of many STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) professionals who has a desire to share your passion...

4/3/2017
EnCorps Teachers Program
Los Angeles, CA

Final deadline approaching (May 15, 2017) - share your passion for STEM with a younger generation - join the EnCorps STEM Teachers Program. Students need you. STEM achievement and career opportunities are disproportionately limited for youth in...