Monsanto Bioinformatics positions

Roger Wiegand rwiegand at i1.net
Tue Nov 5 11:53:13 EST 1996

Monsanto, a major life sciences company located in suburban St. Louis,
MO, has immediate openings in the bioinformatics section of its
genomics effort. You will work in concert with a first-rate programming,
database, and support staff to discover new small molecule targets,
therapeutic proteins, and potential transgenes for engineering of crop
plants. You will have the opportunity to work on human pharmaceuticals
with our Searle division, agricultural applications with Ceregen
scientists, as well as food, nutrition, and animal health products. You
will work with a large and talented group on experimental design and
interpretation of data from high throughput sequencing, mapping, and
expression microarray technology.

These positions require a M.D., Ph.D. or equivalent experience (in
pharmacology/physiology, molecular biology, plant physiology,
biochemistry, agriculture or a related field) as well as a proven record
of accomplishment in bioinformatics. Extensive programming experience,
while  desirable, is not necessary.

Please send a letter and CV to:

Roger Wiegand           
Monsanto AA5I 
700 Chesterfield Pkwy 
Chesterfield, MO 63198

mailto:rwiegand at i1.net 

FAX (314)537-7444

Monsanto is an equal opportunity employer.

mailto:rwiegand at i1.net

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