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Job Opportunity: Technology Development Specialist Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property Office, NIAID

Kim Petrie
September 10, 2013

The technology development specialist will be responsible for advising on and performing the full range of support services that facilitate the transfer of new technologies and research materials, particularly to the private sector, for further research or commercial development as appropriate.  The specialist provides advice, guidance, and assistance to NIAID staff on issues relating to collaborative and other agreements, inventions, patents, licenses, royalties, and other technology transfer matters.

Job Opportunity: Biology Faculty, University of Maryland

Kate Stuart
September 5, 2013

The Department of Biology at the University of Maryland, College Park, is seeking to hire several exceptional tenure-track faculty members at any professional rank. Successful candidates will extend, complement, or integrate the Department's existing research strengths in ecology, evolutionary and developmental biology, comparative genomics, sensory neuroscience, and biophysics. Each will be expected to establish a vibrant research program and to be a creative and dedicated teacher at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Tennessee Governor's Fellowship

Kim Petrie
September 5, 2013

The gifted and highly-motivated fellows are awarded the unique opportunity to spend two years working full-time for senior and top-ranking government officials. After spending six months on initial statewide projects, fellows are assigned to one of Tennessee’s twenty-two state departments, where they will serve directly under the respective commissioner.

Job Opportunity: Postdoctoral Positions, Molecular and Applied Nutrition, The University of Wisconsin-Madison

Kate Stuart
August 20, 2013

The University of Wisconsin-Madison has postdoctoral (PhD, MD) training positions in the following research focus areas: Aging; Cell Signaling, Growth, and Development; Fat Soluble Vitamins; Metabolism and Metabolic Disease; and Minerals. Detailed information concerning the research interests of our 26 faculty trainers can be found at http://www.nutrisci.wisc.edu/NIH/index.html or by contacting Rick Eisenstain, Program Director (eisenstein@nutrisci.wisc.edu). 

Job Opportunity: Cactus Communications Freelance Specialist Editors

August 16, 2013

Cactus Communications (www.cactusglobal.com) is a pioneer in language services, serving more than 47,000 clients across 112 countries. In line with its mission—growth through effective communication—CACTUS offers specialist academic editing, medical communications, publication support, transcription, translation, and training services to individuals and corporations across sectors such as academia, publishing, and pharmaceuticals.

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