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Advanced Cell Technology average salary is $48,000, median salary is $48,000 with a salary range from $48,000 to $48,000.
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  • Advanced Cell Technology, Inc.
  • Industry: Biotech/Healthcare
  • City: Santa Monica, CA
  • Advanced Cell Technology was formed in 1994 as a subsidiary of a poultry genetics company. ACT has since that time been dramatically transformed from its initial agricultural focus to a world leader in autologous regenerative medicine. While the company is still, to a limited extent, engaged in animal cloning for technology development and pre-clinical trial purposes, the company¡¯s efforts are now on human cell therapy. The company has chosen to out-license all non-core application areas and has divested itself of its agricultural cloning subsidiary. The company remains privately held.