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Berkeley Heartlab average salary is $150,000, median salary is $150,000 with a salary range from $80,000 to $220,000.
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Research Scientist 80,000-80,000 Durham, NC, 27701 2014 Berkeley Heartlab Research Scientist Salaries (1)
Berkeley Heartlab Durham, NC Salaries
Vp, Corporate & Strategic Develop. & Intellectual 220,000-220,000 Durham, NC, 27701 2010 Berkeley Heartlab Vp, Corporate & Strategic Develop. & Intellectual Salaries (1)
Berkeley Heartlab Durham, NC Salaries
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Berkeley Heartlab... Information
  • Berkeley HeartLab, Inc
  • Industry: Biotech/Healthcare
  • City: South San Francisco, CA
  • We are a healthcare company that provides cardiovascular disease (CVD) management, with a unique focus on the secondary prevention market. Through our combination of proprietary lipid testing technology, esoteric testing capability, advanced therapy guidelines, sophisticated informatic tools, and patient support services, we are providing physicians and patients a viable disease management offering for CVD.