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October Hot Jobs

Director of Medical Affairs; Hematology /Coagulation The Director, Medical Affairs, Hematology/Coagulation will have accountability and responsibility in the management of field-based medical activity across the Coag Portfolio.  The position will be responsible for establishing and fostering professional relationships with key opinion leaders ensuring access to current medical and scientific information on company products and hematology/coag…

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Technical Team Manager – Near Marlton, NJ

Oversees the local Technical resource team. Ensures that all necessary resources are available, motivated, trained and supported to resolve technical issues reported by customers related to company’s service delivery, products and technologies. In conjunction with senior level management, is responsible for the hiring, training & development, career development and performance management of team members. Actively…

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Clinical Lead – Near King of Prussia, PA

The Clinical Lead participates in the development and delivery of clinical products/services related to clinical trials, such as training, surveillance, and cognitive testing.  The Clinical Lead interacts with the sponsor to define the deliverables, and may directly participate in their execution through attendance at face-to-face and virtual training events. Clinical Responsibilities Develops project specific video…

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Director of Medical Affairs; Hematology /Coagulation

Purpose of this Position The Director, Medical Affairs, Hematology/Coagulation will have accountability and responsibility in the management of field-based medical activity across the Coag Portfolio.  The position will be responsible for establishing and fostering professional relationships with key opinion leaders ensuring access to current medical and scientific information on company products and hematology/coag therapeutic areas…

201310.28
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The Modification of STEM to STEAM

Since its genesis from the mind of NSF assistant director, Dr. Judith Ramaley, in the days of the early 21st Century the STEM acronym stood for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics — essentially a collection of related educational and ultimately work disciplines. While the acronym remains known mostly to those in the educational sector, it…

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Unemployment Rate Decreases (Yearly Comparison)

As the U.S. and World economies continue their slow improvement since the Great Recession that started in 2008, the national unemployment rate — normally a lagging economic indicator — has been following the overall upturn by dropping in the past year. A recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reveals a falling unemployment rate…

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New Progress Made in the Fight against Alzheimer’s Disease

Advancements in the pharmaceutical industry are helping to turn the tide in the struggle against Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists from the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) recently introduced two classes of drugs that their research indicates are able to successfully target the peptides that cause Alzheimer’s. And better yet, these drugs cause minimal side effects…