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Found 6 jobs

  • Senior Scientist

    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (US)
    • Competitive salary, stock and benefits.
    • Rafael Holdings

    Rafael Pharmaceuticals is a clinical stage cancer metabolism, biotechnology company. We are looking to expand our fundamental research team.

  • Faculty Position - The Wistar Institute

    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (US)
    • We offer an excellent benefits package.
    • The Wistar Institute

    The Wistar Institute is seeking several highly accomplished research scientists to join our faculty in the Gene Expression & Regulation Program.

  • Skeletal Biology Postdoctoral Fellow

    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (US)
    • Salary commensurate with experience and NIH standards, plus benefits
    • University of Pennsylvania

    A postdoctoral position will be available immediately in the joint laboratory of Dr. Ling Qin and Dr. Jaimo Ahn in the Department of Orthopaedic Su...

  • Lecturer in Biology

    • Scranton; Northeastern Pennsylvania
    • 9-month appointment per academic year; excellent benefits
    • The University of Scranton

    One-year, full-time, Lecturer contributing to general biology and/or anatomy & physiology courses and other courses in our biological science majors.

  • Biology Faculty Position

    • Scranton; Northeastern Pennsylvania
    • 9-month appointment per academic year; excellent benefits
    • The University of Scranton

    Renewable, full-time, non-tenure track Faculty Specialist position in Biology supervising general biology laboratories for biology and related majors

  • Postdoctoral Fellow | Research Position in Cellular and Molecular Physiology

    • Hershey, Pennsylvania
    • Up to $75,000 per year + benefits
    • Penn State College of Medicine

    This position will focus on identification of the molecular mechanisms and signaling pathways that contribute to diabetic complications.

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