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Friday, March 12, 2010

Scientists in vivo pharmacology Biology Post Docs



Scientists in vivo pharmacology Biology Post Docs
The candidate would be responsible to develop relevant animal models to establish ‘proof-of-concept’ for the therapeutic areas in diabetes, inflammation, infectives and cancer. Persons with M.Pharm / M.V.Sc. would be preferred, a background on the pathophysiology of the disease would have an added advantage.
Position requires a Ph.D.qualification. Excellent scientific publication record, clear leadership potential, strong verbal and written communication skills and an ability to work in team-based environment play a vital role. An in-depth knowledge in the areas of Diabetes, Cancer, Inflammation and Infective diseases will be an advantage. Remuneration would be competitive and on par with the best in the industry.
Please email your CV mentioning the position applied for in the subject column to research@orchidpharma.com

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