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Clinical Country Lead
Biogen 93 reviews - United States
This would involve the development of a country level GCO investigator engagement philosophy to ensure active networks with investigators, scientific leaders,...
Sponsored by Biogen - 6 days ago
Medical Science Liaison Job
Johnson & Johnson 614 reviews - United States
This position reports to the Country Medical Director.RESPONSIBILITIES- Establish and maintain professional relationship with healthcare providers, including...
Sponsored by Healthcare Professions Network - 11 days ago

Medical Science Liaison - Texas & Oklahoma

ZS Pharma, Inc. - Coppell, TX 75019
Support the clinical research program and respond to unsolicited requests for investigator sponsored research proposals....

Chief of Acute Care Surgery Services

UT Southwestern Medical Center - Dallas - Dallas, TX
He or she will be provided with ample protected time and resources to continue their career as an investigator....

Chief Division of Epidemiology in the Department of Clinical...

UT Southwestern Medical Center - Dallas - Dallas, TX
Our physicians provide care to patients at UT Southwestern University Hospitals and Clinics, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas and two other affiliated...

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Company with Physician Research Investigator $100,000 jobs
93 reviews
Biogen (NASDAQ: BIIB) is a global leader in the discovery, development and delivery of innovative therapies to improve the lives of patients