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Scientist Skin Biology / Study Director
GenoskinSalem, MA
Carry out literature research related to the study projectEnsure the planning, implementation, monitoring and smooth running of studiesParticipate in the drafting and validation of reference documents for the study (study plan, report, amendments)Establish the cost and duration of studiesLead the project team and participate directly in the experiments (production of models, culture, histology, other analyzes, etc.
Scientist Skin Biology / Study Director
GenoskinSalem, MA
Position overview: Genoskin is looking for a talented person to join its growing team in Salem MA. This full-time position as Scientist / Study Director will focus on implementing and carrying out R&D studies for our clients as well as carrying out internal R&D programs.
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Senior Study Director / Expert in Human Skin
GENOSKINSalem, MA
Genoskin is looking for a talented Scientist / Study Director to join its growing team in Salem MA. In addition to a skin pharmacology and/or skin biology background; report writing, data analysis and good communication skills are essential.
Full-time

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