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Bio Career Center Launches First Online Jobs Board for Life Science PhDs, MDs
Date:10/2/2007

Universities like Stanford, Berkeley, UPenn Partner with

Biocareercenter.com to Aid Post-Graduate Students, Alumni

SANTA CRUZ, Calif., Oct. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the National Postdoc Association, more than 800,000 life scientists with PhDs and post-doctorates are in the United States today. With only 30 percent of this growing population receiving tenured positions at universities, there is an emerging need to find more quality jobs in the private and public sectors. Bio Career Center today launched the first and only career service, http://www.biocareercenter.com, solely dedicated to expanding career options for life science PhDs and MDs and providing efficient recruitment services to employers.

Unlike other online career services, Bio Career Center is the first to exclusively partner with Universities that offer reputable life science programs. Due to these partnerships, job seekers are assured in the services' focus on life science and employers have a better chance in finding qualified, highly trained candidates. Today, Bio Career Center launches with 10 percent of the life science population through institutions like Stanford, Berkeley, CalTech, University of California, San Francisco, University of Pennsylvania, and University of Washington.

Developed with the Stanford medical school director of career services, Bio Career Center is constructed for post-graduate and alumni PhDs and MDs looking for efficient ways to manage their careers. From industry articles and assessment tools to relevant job postings, http://www.biocareercenter.com is a comprehensive and free career resource center. Job seekers have access to all opportunities including biopharma, academia, government and vertical markets like entrepreneurialship, equity research and science policy.

"Traditionally, life science PhDs and MDs found career offers in academia. Although these jobs still exist, there are not enough to employ today's large candidate pool. This is why Bio Career Center posts jobs from many career paths, offering job alternatives in research, finance, business, law and other areas. Through our career path-focused service, we connect highly qualified candidates with hiring employers," said Nick Folger, president and founder of Bio Career Center.

Through intelligent tools and a focused assembly of life science professionals, Bio Career Center organizes qualified candidates to save recruiters time and shorten the hiring process. Furthermore, the online career service offers valuable insight into its exclusive consortium of universities and scientific institutions.

About Bio Career Center, LLC

Bio Career Center is the first and only online career service dedicated to expanding professional options for life science PhDs and MDs. The service provides online career resources and job postings to post-graduate and alumni candidates, and recruitment services to employers.

For more information on Bio Career Center, visit http://www.biocareercenter.com.

Contact:

Karen Shrum

Downing Street Communications

karen@nucommunication.com

720-838-4036


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