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Pfizer - Groton, CT
The main responsibilities of this position is to deliver effective technology support and solutions for the production of Clinical Data interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC) for Standard for...
16 hours ago
Boehringer Ingelheim - Ridgefield, CT
Principal Scientist, Regenerative Medicine - Project Leader **_Description:_** Design and execute independentresearch that support Research Beyond Borders (RBB) Regenerative Medicineprojects....
6 days ago
Boehringer Ingelheim - Ridgefield, CT
and PK and ADA method development, validation, and sample analysis at CROs to ensure regulatory requirements (GLC/GCP) and industry practices are followed. Review method development data, validatio...
17 days ago
Boehringer Ingelheim - Ridgefield, CT
Description: Design and execute independent research that support Research Beyond Borders (RBB) Regenerative Medicine projects. Implement new technology and new experimental designs. Propose new...
21 days ago
Boehringer Ingelheim - Ridgefield, CT
Senior Principal or Principal Scientist Biotherapeutics Enzymology/Kinetics **_Description:_** **Lab head** in an inter-disciplinary team within the **BiotherapeuticsMolecule discovery...
30+ days ago
Boehringer Ingelheim - Ridgefield, CT
Oversee employees responsible for binding affinity and kinetic analysis, protein enzymology and biochemical assay development. As an expert in protein biochemistry analysis of biological drugs,...
30+ days ago

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