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Industrial Postdoc position

Karen Page KPage at glycofi.com
Tue Dec 17 10:50:23 EST 2002

GlycoFi, Inc. is a rapidly growing biotechnology company located in
Lebanon, New Hampshire.  GlycoFi's innovative research strategy is
radically changing the development of protein-based therapeutics.
Currently we are seeking one highly motivated Microbiologist/Molecular
Biologist to join our strain development group.  The successful
candidate will become a member of a cross disciplinary, integrated
research team working in a dynamic, creative environment.  The initial
appointment is for two years with the opportunity for advancement to a
permanent position.
-                      A Ph.D. in Microbiology, Molecular Biology,
Genetics, Biochemistry or closely related field 
-                      Cloning and gene expression experience in yeast
or filamentous fungi essential
-                      A background in fungal molecular genetics,
protein secretion, and glycosylation, especially in Aspergillus, is
advantageous but not required
We offer:
-        Excellent research facilities with state of the art equipment
-        A competitive benefits package including health/dental/life
-        The opportunity to grow with a dynamic biotechnology startup
company built around a strong scientific research program
-                      The ability to publish
-                      A stimulating work environment located within the
biomedical hub of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Northern New
England's leading research/teaching hospital, and the Ivy League
campuses of Dartmouth College and Dartmouth Medical School. 
GlycoFi Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Please provide a resume or C.V. along with a cover letter by email to: 
Karen M. Page, Ph.D.
Human Resources
GlycoFi, Inc.
email:kpage at glycofi.com
http://www.glycofi.com <http://www.glycofi.com/> 

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