Bioinformatics In Pharmaceutical Industry
Exploratory study on bioinformatics within the pharmaceutical industry
i am writing on behalf of a consulting firm that conducts expert interviews in support of industry-wide studies for many of the world's fortune 1000 companies. We are an authorized zintro partner.
for a current study, we are seeking expertise to help us understand the use and application of bioinformatics at large pharmaceutical companies. We are interested in all stages of r&d and drug development, specifically with regard to proteomics.
We are particularly interest in experts with recent or current experience at sanofi, eli lilly, astrazenecaglaxosmithkline. Novartis, pfizer, abbvie, ferring, pharmaceuticals, ironwood pharmaceuticals, protagonish therapeutics, ipsen, intrexon, biogen, shire.
Please note that we are only interested in your personal point of view and expert insight and are not seeking any confidential information.
we are scheduling 45-60 minute phone discussions with experts this and next week and are happy to offer a negotiable usd 250 compensation for each interview.
please note that we are handling the standard zintro fee separately, hence the expert is not involved in paying this. If you kindly let me know your contact details (email and phone/skype), i could provide more specifics on the study and standard process.
we would welcome any referrals to other relevant experts as well.
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Life Science Industry
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biotechnology needs more visibility, biogen idec says, and the biogen idec foundation is looking to help out with a $1.5 million grant.
The biogen idec foundation is teaming up with the association of science-technology centers, or astc, to launch the world biotech tour, which “aims to increase the impact and visibility of biotechnology among youth, the general public, and underserved communities to promote science literacy,” the two groups said in a press release.
The world biotech tour, or wbt, will also feature an international ambassadors program that will enlist a group of middle and high school students from around the world to “support and inspire others to participate in the wbt in their communities and schools. Throughout the tour, the biogen idec foundation and astc will conduct research on how biotechnology is being taught to the public, both in schools and outside of the classroom.”
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The first three stops of the tour are set for belgium, portugal, and japan, the release said.
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