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We are seeking an innovative Software Developer to work on a variety of bioinformatics projects centered on target ID and drug discovery research
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Collaborate with business stakeholders to elicit, document, and refine business requ
Ph.D. level Immunologist to support the discovery and validation of novel therapeutics for autoimmune and inflammatory diseases.
Seeking Senior Informatics Architect-Data Management, versed in design and implementation of bioinformatics tools, software, and databases.
We are searching for a talented, curious, and self-motivated engineer to join our software engineering team...
Wave has implemented Supply Chain Management (SCM), Finance and Human Capital Management (HCM) modules via the Oracle Fusion platform. The Oracle F...
PREREQUISITES Pharm.D. or Ph.D. in a pharmaceutical science preferred RPh or RN with previous pharmaceutical industry-based Drug Information experien
Position Summary: We are seeking an Informational Technology (IT) professional to lead the design, implementation and growth of our information inf...
This position will focus on the data collection, analysis, interpretation and reporting/communication of data for Tocagen's products.
F1 Oncology, is looking for another individual to share our passion for making a lasting difference in the fight against cancer.
Seeking Lead/Principal Bioinformatics Data Scientist, versed in the application of machine learning and data mining approaches to large datasets.
The Solid Tumor US Platform Lead, is accountable for the development and execution of the US Solid Tumor medical affairs strategy. Through cross-func
Amgen is seeking a Senior Data Scientist to be based in our Thousand Oaks, CA global headquarters, who will report into the Executive Director of Tec
We are seeking a talented informatics professional who will leverage and continue to evolve our existing systems in support of Nektar's bench scien...