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Huntpharm huntpharm at aol.com
Mon Nov 3 07:46:56 EST 1997

I am looking for a Scientist to perform In-Vivo bone studies.  This person will
 evaluate potential therapeutics in animal models of bone disease and function.
  The research scientist in this role will lead a lab unit in the Osteoporsis
 Research department to support the identification of therapeutic targets for
 osteoporosis.  They will develop new model systems to assess drug action on
 bone both in-vivo and ex-vivo.  The candidate will assess the therapeutic
 effects on bone through the use of histomorphometric analysis of bone turnover
 and collabrate with outside investigators in assessing the biochemical changes
 in bone induced by therapeutic intervention.  You should be an independent
 worker that can design and execute relevant in-vivo models to test therapeutic
 agents on bone function.  You should possess a MD, DVM or PhD in Biology,
 Pharmacology, Endocrinology or related field with 2 years postdoctoral
 experience. We are a leading  pharmaceutical company with research facilities
 in Conneticut and can provide excellent benefits (health insurance, dental,
 and vision plan, bonus program, paid vacation and more). A high impact, high
 profile position with excellent opportunity for advancement.  Please contact
 Scott Shanes by phone at 609-584-8733 Ext. 218, fax CV and cover letter to
 609-584-9575 or E-Mail to sis at diedremoire.com

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