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Cancer genomics, proteomics, and signaling, Servier, FRANCE

Chuck Miller rellim at mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu
Tue Apr 4 10:57:50 EST 2000

The leading independent French Pharmaceutical company
Our company, France's 3rd pharmaceutical group, which employs 12,000 people
world-wide, has achieved a turnover of 10 billion French Francs in 1999.
This success depends upon the dynamism of our research directed towards the
discovery of novels drugs, mainly in diabetes, cardiovascular disease,
neuroscience, oncology, bone and joint disease. Thanks to its 2,000
specialised researchers, our growing company has a pipeline of drugs in
In our Research center near Paris, a major and expanding scientific and
medical hub within Europe, and within easy reach of the French countryside,
we offer:

* Molecular biologists preferably with experience of genome analysis and
array technologies (ref:P04/01).

* Protein biochemists with experience in analysis of protein expression, the
identification of novel proteins and/or molecular modelling (ref:P04/02).

* Biochemists/molecular biologists with proven abilities in the analysis of
signalling cascades (ref:P04/03).

You will join an expanding and multidisciplinary team pursuing the search
for new approaches to cancer treatment. Our company provides an atmosphere
that encourages publication and collaboration, and our material and
technical facilities are excellent. The successful candidates are
innovative, enthusiastic and hard-working Scientists, with normally at least
six years postdoctoral experience, a strong publication record. Industrial
experience would be an advantage. Graduate scientists (technicians) are also
sought to support the molecular biology efforts of the team.
Qualified applicants should send their letter of application, along with
their curriculum vitae and photo to: Vincent Minvielle, IDRS, 11, rue des
Moulineaux-92150 Suresnes-France. E-mail: vmi_sur at netgrs.com Website:
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