Virginia Drug Discovery Consortium
The Virginia Drug Discovery Consortium (VaDDC) has a threefold mission:
To promote the growth and advancement of drug discovery and development programs at universities and research institutes within Virginia, particularly through inter-institutional collaboration.
To help the pharmaceutical industry bring life-saving and quality of life solutions to patients through innovative collaborations with Virginia’s best and brightest researchers.
To promote and enhance the attractiveness of Virginia as an environment for pharmaceutical and biotech companies.
New Research Specialist Laboratory Technician Position Available
KeViRx is a Charlottesville, Virginia, based early stage pharmaceutical company, and recently
received funding from the Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund. We seek to fill an
R&D laboratory position to assist with this grant focused on developing new cancer
therapeutics. The ideal candidate would have a BS degree in Biology or Chemistry and
laboratory experience with biochemical assays, protein determinations, molecular biology
techniques, mammalian cell culturing methodologies and data analyses. More information
concerning KeViRx can be found on our website (www.kevirx.com). Individuals who are
interested in this position should contact Elizabeth R. Sharlow (email@example.com).
VirginiaDrugDiscoveryRx: Targets to Translation
Double Tree Hotel, Midlothian, VA – May 18 – 19, 2020
The VaDDC Executive Committee regrets to announce this event has been canceled until next year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Elizabeth Sharlow has been promoted to Professor of Research in Pharmacology effective July 1, 2020. More about Dr. Sharlow
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