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Solomon Parkresearchinstitute average salary is $32,319, median salary is $29,000 with a salary range from $29,000 to $45,452.
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Research Associate 29,000-29,000 Kirkland, WA, 98034 2010 Solomon Parkresearchinstitute Research Associate Salaries (8)
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Research Associate 29,000-45,452 Seattle, WA, 98060 2010 Solomon Parkresearchinstitute Research Associate Salaries (8)
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  • Solomon Park Research Institute
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Kirkland, WA
  • Solomon Park Research Institute is a non-profit foundation specializing in neurobiological research. The institute was founded and incorporated in 1985. Initial funding for the Institute was provided by the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Society of America (ALSSOA) and subsequent research has focused largely on this disease. The Institute has also received a grant from the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association (ALSA) and most recently has received a bequest from the Wesley and Frances Johnson estate for conducting research into ALS. This bequest has allowed us to aggressively pursue our research into ALS by expanding the institute into new laboratory space and purchasing