If you love the intellectual challenge of working in a fast-paced, results-driven organization, there is a home for you at Crown Bioscience.
Our mission is to address the unmet needs in life science by creating and supplying innovative translational technologies and platforms. Our products and services have been profoundly expediting research for in vitro, in vivo, translational oncology, target validation, preclinical proof of concept, assistive clinical strategy design, and biomarker discovery.
All correspondence will only be sent from an email address ending in our domain @crownbio.com
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