[phenixbb] new opening for Scientist 1, Structural Biology at Plexxikon Inc. (Berkeley, CA, USA)

Ying Zhang YZhang at plexxikon.com
Mon Feb 1 08:44:29 PST 2016

Dear all,

This post is to bring your attention to a job opportunity for crystallographer at Plexxikon Inc.

Plexxikon is a leader in the discovery and development of novel, small molecule pharmaceuticals. The company has utilized its proprietary discovery platform to successfully develop a portfolio of competitively differentiated clinical and preclinical stage programs in a number of therapeutic areas. Plexxikon's most advanced program, Zelboraf(r) (vemurafenib, and formerly known as PLX4032), was approved by the FDA in 2011 and is approved in over 60 countries worldwide. Plexxikon's demonstrated capability in discovery and early development uniquely positions the company to develop multiple commercial franchises for different therapeutic indications, and create significant value for Plexxikon and its collaborators.
Plexxikon's novel discovery approach, combined with an experienced management and scientific team, a broad network of scientific and clinical experts, and partnerships that support later stage development, have been key drivers of the company's success since it began operations in 2001. In April 2011, Plexxikon became a member of the Daiichi Sankyo Group, and continues to build its broad and diverse pipeline and R&D operations independently.
Plexxikon is a small business with less than 75 employees and this position will be a critical member of the Structural Biology team reporting to an experienced scientist.  This is an exceptional opportunity to gain experience in structure-guided drug discovery in a successful biotech company.

For job responsibilities and Position requirements, please see the following website.

If you are interested, please directly apply through the above link.  Please don't reply to this email.

Best Regards,
  Ying Zhang
  Sr. Scientist
 Plexxikon Inc.

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