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Genesis Research, LLCHoboken, NJ
Proficiency w/ stat prog languages SAS & R. 3 positions open; work from home option is available anywhere in the US. Apply to: Genesis Research, LLC., attn. Mng the prep of presentation slide decks, tech reports, conference abstracts & manuscripts for publication.
Associate, Modeling And Simulation
Genesis ResearchHoboken, NJ
Proactively apply statistical expertise, problem solving, quantitative and qualitative research, and the presentation of predictive data to surface new insights. Associate Modeling and Simulation Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology Genesis Research Hoboken, New Jersey.

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