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Cell Press launches Enhanced Career Network

Cell Press launches its new career network to help life scientists discover the best jobs in industry, academia, and government. The new site includes more ways to connect with Cell Press' network of millions of life scientists.

The site's new functionality, improved navigation, and advanced resources allow for fast viewing and job seeking throughout the entire career network. With an expanded resume option, the new Career Network serves as a global resource for the life science job seeker.

Employers and recruiters visit the Cell career network to find the most qualified candidates. Here they can find scientists and researchers who turn to Cell Press' portfolio of journals each month to stay abreast of the latest and most salient scientific discoveries. To reach an additional community of active and passive jobseekers, recruiters can use the self service module to activate the communication packages with job banners on and

To view the new career network logon to


Contact: Elisabeth (Lisa) Lyons
Cell Press

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