Adam Williams, Ph.D., a scientist who studies immune cell function with respect to treating asthma, will join the faculty of The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine in Farmington. Williams investigates the role of molecules known as non-coding RNAs in regulating gene expression relating to immune cell function — in particular, a category of immune cells known as CD4+ T cells … more

Experienced molecular biologist seeks R&D position … more

Metrum Research Group currently has openings for experienced scientists and for a postdoc position … more

Yale seeks high-performance-computing scientist for biomedical and life sciences … more

Melinta Therapeutics has several openings at its New Haven location … more


5/22 9:00 am – 4:00 pm in New Haven
Biotech Entrepreneur Bootcamp – daylong workshop … more

6/5 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm in New Haven
CURE annual meeting and BioHaven panel discussion: “Growing Connecticut’s Bioscience Community: Supporting Ideas, Creating Value” … more