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Thursday, March 12, 2015

Marketing | NGS Analytics | MDx & Drug Discovery

This small start-up company has spun out of a major institute where their incredibly exciting technology was developed. They are now able to take patient data from next generation sequencing, analyse it and provide a clear simple result for the clinician. This will finally enable clinicians to easily use NGS to diagnose patients and choose appropriate action. In addition, they are able to access data sources for large scale NGS projects and use this information to help with the analysis.Many patient samples have already been run on this system in hospitals throughout the UK so it is clear that the system works well. Now the company is ready to commercialise and develop business for both the system and a service.This company is made up of a small team of 12 people, this has grown significantly from just 3 people a year ago! They have a lovely team culture and as they are expanding have plans to move to brand new offices with space for them to grow next year. One of the first commercial hires is to be marketing. As this is a small company you will be responsible for varied tasks including the website, marketing materials, conferences and plenty more. You will need to be prepared to take your initiative and come up with ideas as you will be the first person in this type of role within the company so processes are not in place. This is part of the challenge but also will be very exciting as you can make a real difference.This will give you the opportunity to grow and develop with the company, they plan to hire several people into their commercial team this year.If you are currently working in marketing and have experience with diagnostics and life science and feel that you can work well in a small start-up environment call Caroline on 01279 657716 or

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Marketing | NGS Analytics | MDx & Drug Discovery

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