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Scientist Skin Biology / Study Director
GenoskinSalem, MA
Write study reports in accordance with the results obtainedWrite posters and scientific articlesRepresent company in scientific conferencesRequirements:PhD in skin biology or PhD in a related field with a strong background in skin biologyStrong experience in skin histology, immunostaining or immunofluorescenceCollaboration & communication skills working in an international team environmentExperience in design, reporting, and interpreting research studiesContact:Please, send your resume to only.
Senior Study Director / Expert in Human Skin
GENOSKINSalem, MA
Skills/Experience Required: PhD qualification essential - preferably in skin physiology or skin pharmacology 15+ years of industrial experience as a study director required Collaboration & communication skills working in an international team environment Experience in design, reporting, and interpreting research studies Experience within a GLP or commercial environment is advantageous.
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