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Aradigm average salary is $86,800, median salary is $86,800 with a salary range from $80,000 to $93,600.
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Construction Manager 93,600-93,600 Richmond, CA, 94801 2013 Aradigm Construction Manager Salaries (2)
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Construction Manager 80,000-80,000 Richmond, CA, 94801 2010 Aradigm Construction Manager Salaries (2)
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  • Aradigm Corporation
  • Industry: Medical Equipment
  • City: Hayward, CA
  • Aradigm Corporation is a developer of advanced pulmonary drug delivery systems for the treatment of systemic conditions as well as lung diseases. The Company's hand-held AERx platform is being designed for the rapid and reproducible delivery of a wide range of pharmaceutical drugs and biotech compounds via the lung. The Company's non-invasive AERx systems have been shown in clinical studies to achieve performance equivalent to injection-based delivery systems. In addition, the Company's systems may improve therapeutic efficacy in cases where other existing drug delivery methods, such as pills, transdermal patches or inhalers, are too slow or imprecise.