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Description: Patent Prosecution/Computational Biology/PhD

Position: Associate

Notes: Firm is seeking an associate with 2-3 years of patent prosecution experience and a PhD in computational biology, bioinformatics or a related field. Must have a solid understanding of biochemistry, particularly next-gen sequencing, sequencing data, and/or fluorescence imaging of biochemical moieties.

This international law firm has more than 500 lawyers in twelve offices throughout the United States as well as one in Europe. Founded over 125 years ago, this firm is one of the largest in the United States practicing intellectual property, litigation, and corporate law and offers global services that include worldwide IP strategy and representation in multi-national litigation.

Years Experience: (2 - 3)

Specialty: Biochemistry, Bioinformatics

Bar Requirements: USPTO

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Location: USA - MA - Boston

Date Opened: 10/01/2020

Code: 4507459

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