Fw: Yeast Job

Lori Rinckel lrinc001 at umaryland.edu
Thu Jun 18 09:56:59 EST 1998



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> From: Lyndsay Radnedge <radnedge1 at llnl.gov>
> To: strathern at ncifcrf.gov; Lori Rinckel <lrinc001 at umaryland.edu>
> Subject: Yeast Job
> Date: Monday, June 15, 1998 12:37 PM
> 
> This was in the SF Examiner 06/07/98:
> 
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> Acacia Biosciences, Inc. is a rapidly growing, privately held drug
> discovery technology company. Our patented Genome Reporter Matrix is used
> to accelerate the pace and reduce the cost of drug development. This is
> done through its unique ability to generate comprehensive, genome-wide
> profiles of small molecules and compare them to genetic and chemical
> standards. Acacia brings to practical application many advances in genome
> science, most importantly the capability to model pharmacological
activity
> across all possible targets in a cell at early stages of the drug
discovery
> process. We currently have the following openings for talented
individuals
> to join our team:
> Staff Scientist
> You will work in a small group to analyze genome-wide gene expression
> patterns in response to mutations or chemical exposure. We require a
Ph.D.
> with 1+ years' post-doctoral experience; hands-on experience with
genetic,
> biochemical and molecular biological manipulations of yeast; and a
> successful track record of publications. Our ideal candidate will also
have
> experience with biochemical analysis in mammalian cells in tissue culture
> and extensive knowledge of diverse eukaryotic metabolic & signal
> transduction pathways. Job #98-15
> BioInformatics Interface Manager
> We are seeking an individual with a background in computational biology
to
> work in a small group developing state-of-the-art software for the
analysis
> of functional genomics data. You will create web-based tools to provide
> research staff & corporate partners with novel methods to explore our
data.
> Our ideal candidate has an advanced degree in Information
Science/Molecular
> Biology and C programming experience in a UNIX environment. Knowledge of
> internet security preferred. Job #98-16
> Research Associate
> You will join a team of researchers employing genetic-based assays for
the
> evaluation of new potential pharmaceuticals. B.S. in Biochemistry,
> Microbiology or Molecular Biology; laboratory experience with
> microbiological and molecular genetic techniques (PCR); and excellent
> organizational skills required. Job #98-19
> Laboratory Automation Scientist
> We are seeking a multidisciplinary individual to join our automation
group.
> You will have the opportunity to contribute significantly to new
automation
> concepts and will be expected to work both independently and as a part of
a
> team. Our ideal candidate has experience with mechanical design, computer
> programming (Visual Basic or C/C++ preferred), instrumentation, robotic
> control, molecular biology, AutoCad and database programming. We require
a
> Ph.D. and biology & engineering experience (1 year biotech
instrumentation
> experience). Job #98-17
> Research Automation Associate
> You will assist an automation scientist developing biological assays on
> robotic equipment and data processing programs. We require a B.S. in
> Engineering or Computer Science; strong programming skills (Visual Basic
&
> Excel macro programming); and knowledge of biological laboratory
> techniques. Job #98-20
> Manager, Business Development
> As a member of our business development team, you will initiate contact
> with pharmaceutical & biotechnology companies; negotiate collaborative
> agreements; act as liaison with our corporate & academic partners; and
> report to the CEO. Candidate will have opportunities in corporate
> development, including managing our intellectual property portfolio,
> acquiring additional technology and strategic planning. Our ideal
candidate
> is highly motivated and has a scientific background (Ph.D. in Biology or
> Chemistry preferred) and 1+ years' biopharmaceutical business experience.
> Extensive travel required. Job #98-18
> Acacia Biosciences, Inc.
> offers a competitive compensation & benefits package, equity
participation,
> and a challenging work environment. For consideration, please send
> C.V./resume indicating position of interest to: Acacia Biosciences, Inc.,
> Attn: HR, 4136 Lakeside Drive Richmond, CA 94806. Fax (510) 669-2334.
> E-mail: hr at acaciabio.com EOE
> Job-Opportunities Job Opportunities--New Ad!
> 
> 
> 
> 
> -------------------------------------------------------------
> Lyndsay Radnedge Ph. D.
> Biomedical Scientist
> Biology & Biotechnology Research Program
> Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
> L-452, P. O. Box 808
> Livermore, CA 94551
> 
> Tel:	925-423-1502
> Fax:	925-422-2282
> NB: New Area code
> Email:	Radnedge1 at LLNL.GOV
> 
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