Careers
Careers
Career Development

Being an active participant in NESACS activities will enable you to network with major institutions and corporations in our area and can open up new career opportunites.
The NESACS Board of Publications, which is responsible for both the Nucleus newsletter and the NESACS website, is looking to increase its activities in this arena.
We would like to expand our capabiltites for keepig our membership informed on what is happening in our field and how to adapt to changing times and new technologies.
You can help us do that. All we ask of you is a few hours a month and a smile.
Call or email to see what opportunities are available.
contact - Michael Filosa
NESACS Board of Publications
Phone - 505-843-9070
Email: filosam@verizon.net
 
 
Computational Chemist - X-Chem Pharmaceuticals - Waltham, MA
Director, Comp Chemistry & Drug Design - KSG Therapeutics - Cambridge, MA
Project Scientist/Project Engineer - Giner, Inc. - Newton, MA
Tenure Track position in Physical/Theoretical Chemistry - University of New Hampshire - Durham, NH
Director of Computational Chemistry - Nimbus Therapeutics - Cambridge, MA
Principal Researcher, DMPK - Eisai, Inc. - Andover, MA
Senior Scientist/Scientist, Analytical Chemistry - AstraZeneca - Waltham, MA
Synthetic Organic Chemist - GMP Production - Tewksbury/Andover, MA
Scientist: Protein Analytics - Kanyos Bio (Cambridge, MA)
Senior Scientist - Sigma-Aldrich (Natick, MA)
Principal Scientist - Sigma-Aldrich (Natick, MA)
Organic Chemistry Teacher (Temporary - Summer 2016 Session) - Boston College, Boston, MA
 
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