June 26, 2004
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Dendreon Corporation

Molecular Biology Research Associate I

Dendreon Corporation is a publicly held biotechnology company developing therapeutic vaccines, monoclonal antibodies and small molecule candidates for the treatment of cancer and other diseases.

We are currently recruiting a Research Associate to work in our Molecular Biology Department. You will be in generating DNA plasmid constructs and testing these constructs in tissue culture cells. A portion of your duty will include the running of a DNA sequencing lab for all of Dendreon. If you are experienced in the use of basic and applied molecular biology including tissue culture and cell transfections, wed like to see your curriculum vitae. A BS or MS in Molecular Biology or related discipline is required. Also highly preferred is experience in a least one computer language (Visual Basic, C/C++).

We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package, including bonus, matching 401(k) & stock options. For consideration, please email your resume to:

Please include the job title and code 04554 in the subject line.

Dendreon Corporation
Reference Job Code: 04554
Attention Human Resources

Email: jobs@dendreon.com

Dendreon Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Submitted: 04/27/2004

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