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Newly Re-launched Website Helps PhDs and MDs Capitalize on Growth in Life Science Industries

SANTA CRUZ, Calif., Sept. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- This month, Bio Careers (, formerly Bio Career Center, unveils its newly enhanced website. The updated online platform includes the largest U.S. job board for postgraduates in the life sciences, and an extensive archive of articles and professional development resources.

"While life science employers have not been spared by the recession, we've seen significant job growth," said Nick Folger, founder and president. "Our newly designed site helps candidates capitalize on this growth by offering them high-quality job leads and a wealth of information to help them compete in a competitive market. We're also providing an invaluable service to recruiting offices and university career centers, many of which are stretched thin."

With a founding membership among the nation's most prestigious universities, Bio Careers is the only career service dedicated to expanding professional options for life science PhDs and MDs. The website is partnered with 32 training institutions, and leverages relationships with leading employers to give degree candidates and mid-career level alumni access to high-quality job opportunities. The site's extensive network of life sciences employers include National Institutes of Health (NIH), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Genentech, LEK Consulting, Mayo Clinic, SAIC-Frederick, PLoS and colleges and universities across the United States.

In addition to the website's robust job search engine, Bio Careers offers industry news, professional development articles, a bookstore and access to self-assessment tests and career tools. Resources cover a variety of topics including launching a new career in science policy, entrepreneurship, biopharma business, venture capital and mid-career growth.

Bio Careers' re-launch includes a life science industries blog, multimedia and social media features and functionality and online career assistance. For more information and to view the life sciences job board and article and resources database, visit

About Bio CareersBio Careers is the first and only career service dedicated to expanding professional options for life science PhDs and MDs. The service provides online career resources and job postings to postgraduate and alumni candidates, and recruitment services to employers. Visit for more information. For more information, contact: Ty Mays, Media Relations(877) 862-4656 x.112 /

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