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Director of Business Development
GENOSKINBoston, MA
Our products are designed for research in the pharmaceutical, biotech, medtech, cosmetic and chemical sector as well as for academic institutions.
Histology Technician
GenoskinSalem, MA
Position overview: Genoskin is seeking an outstanding histology technician to join its growing team.
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Our goal is not only to be another recruiter you work with, but a resource for you to find work whether it be an immediate contract or direct hire role.
The people that make up the Marvin Family of Brands are dedicated to enriching the places we live and work, in a way that demonstrates ou
Scientist Skin Biology / Study Director
GenoskinSalem, MA
Who we are:Genoskin (is a biotechnology company started in 2011.
GENOSKIN: Laboratory Operations Manager
GENOSKINSalem, MA
The company creates, develops, and specializes in first-in-human data generation for drug & vaccine developers as well as cosmetic companies and academic institutions.
Lab Technician / Lab Manager
GENOSKINHamilton, MA
Genoskin is seeking an outstanding cell culture technician to join its growing team.
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Scientist Skin Biology / Study Director
GenoskinSalem, MA
Who we are: Genoskin ( is a biotechnology company started in 2011.
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Senior Study Director / Expert in Human Skin
GENOSKINSalem, MA
We have pioneered ready-to-use testing kits leveraging standardized ex vivo human skin models.
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Full - Time Histology / Research Technician
Genoskin IncSalem, MA
Genoskin ( is a biotechnology company started in 2011.
Histology Technician
GenoskinSalem, Massachusetts
Genoskin is seeking an outstanding histology technician to join its growing team.
Scientist Skin Biology / Study Director
GenoskinSalem, Massachusetts
We have pioneered ready-to-use testing kits leveraging standardized ex vivo human skin models.

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