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Lasergen average salary is $93,034, median salary is $102,500 with a salary range from $41,600 to $150,000.
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Software Engineer 95,000-95,000 Atlantic City, NJ, 08401 2013 Lasergen Software Engineer Salaries (1)
Lasergen Atlantic City, NJ Salaries
Computer Software Engineer 120,000-150,000 HOUSTON, TX, 77054 2012 Lasergen Computer Software Engineer Salaries (2)
Lasergen HOUSTON, TX Salaries
Computer Systems Analyst 110,000-110,000 Santa Monica, CA, 90401 2012 Lasergen Computer Systems Analyst Salaries (1)
Lasergen Santa Monica, CA Salaries
Search Editor 41,600-41,600 Sunnyvale, CA, 94086 2010 Lasergen Search Editor Salaries (2)
Lasergen Sunnyvale, CA Salaries
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  • LaserGen Inc
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Houston, TX
  • LaserGen, Inc. is a start-up biotechnology company focused on commercializing novel technologies for genomics application to health benefits. Ideally situated near the Texas Medical Center, we have strong research collaborations with Baylor College of Medicine and Rice University. Through collaboration, technology, and license agreements, LaserGen has begun developing a proprietary platform for DNA sequencing of whole genomes that will (1) provide new capabilities, significant cost savings, and efficiency gains for the research market and (2) provide rapid, portable diagnoses of common diseases in the clinical setting. The technology platforms rest on development of novel fluorescent nucleotides for application of a