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US/TX Microinjectionist wanted

Brown, Judith Y. jybrown at utmb.edu
Mon Apr 20 14:48:06 EST 1998

Gene-Cell, Inc.

We currently have an opening for an experienced microinjectionist:

Gene-Cell, Inc. is a small publicly traded (OTCBB: GCLL), newly
Biotechnology company engaged in the development of innovative products
for use in gene
therapy. We are located in the Texas Clear Lake area on the Gulf of
Mexico, equidistant from
downtown Houston and Galveston. The location provides for easy access =
two major medical centers (the University of Texas Medical Branch,
Galveston and the University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston)
and a growing community of biotechnology companies. Excellent schools,
affordable housing, fishing, and recreational water sports make this an
excellent location to live and work.=20

A BS, MS, or PhD in the areas of cell biology/biochemistry/molecular
biology or equivalent is
required. The individual should be well versed in the various methods =
microinjection especially with glass needle-mediated microinjection.
Experience with cell culture and molecular biology techniques is
considered a plus but not a requirement. The individual will be
responsible for performing experiments requiring glass needle-mediated
microinjection technology, performing gene expression and cell =
experiments, maintaining various cell culture lines, and will also
participate in planning and conducting experiments.

Gene-Cell, Inc. provides a competitive benefits package including =
care, retirement, and stock option programs. In addition, some
relocation assistance will be provided. Salary is competitive and
commensurate with experience. Starting date can be as early as June 1,
1998. Candidates are requested to mail or fax, in confidence, their
r=E9sum=E9 and the names of 3 references to:
Gene-Cell, Inc.
Human Resources Department
1010 Hercules Ave.=20
Houston, TX 77058
fax: 281-538-3425=20

Gene-Cell, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

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