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Biomedical Research Analyst Jobs in Cetas Healthcare

Junior Researcher

Education: Graduate (Bachelors in Pharmacy/ Biomedical Engineering/ any other Engineering)

OR Masters’ qualification (M.Pharm/ MBA/ PGDM)

Experience: 0-1 Yrs

Salary: TBD after the interview

Job Description:

The Analyst’s primary responsibility is to work with senior managers and clients on projects and

proposals, with responsibility for appropriate high levels of service to internal and external clients.

  • Day to day involvement with projects, qualitative and quantitative analysis, questionnaire design,
  • Discussion guide design, data analysis, interpretation and development of reports, and preparationof presentations of findings.
  • Undertaking client presentations while accompanied by senior account team members.

World’s First Large Scale Proactive Cancer Treatment System in Taiwan

NCKU Hospital
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A Taiwanese research team, led by Prof. Ming-Shing Young of Department of Electrical Engineering at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), has successfully developed a large-scale proactive cancer treatment system first-generation prototype which includes Frequency-Adjustable High Frequency Induction Heating Machine (HFIHM) and 3D Magnetically Guiding Endoscope System (3DMGES).

Biotechnology is one of the emerging industries in Taiwan that emphasizes on the research and development of new medicine and medical equipments. From the economic perspective, the possibility of Taiwan successfully developing medical equipments is greater than the possibility of Taiwan developing new medicine, because the average development time of new medicine is thirteen years and the development time of medical equipments is about seven years,” said President Michael Ming-Chiao Lai in his opening address.

Switchable Nanostructures Made with DNA-BIOMEDICAL NEWS

Opens possibility of responsive ‘nanomachines’ for applications in energy and data storage

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory have found a new way to use a synthetic form of DNA to control the assembly of nanoparticles — this time resulting in switchable, three-dimensional and small-cluster structures that might be useful, for example, as biosensors, in solar cells, and as new materials for data storage. The work is described in Nature Nanotechnology, published online December 20, 2009.