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Supergen average salary is $87,430, median salary is $88,500 with a salary range from $80,500 to $92,220.
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Biomedical Scientist 87,000-92,220 Dublin, CA, 94568 2010 Supergen Biomedical Scientist Salaries (2)
Supergen Dublin, CA Salaries
Contracts 80,500-80,500 Dublin, CA, 94568 2010 Supergen Contracts Salaries (1)
Supergen Dublin, CA Salaries
Sr. Clinical Research Associate 90,000-90,000 Dublin, CA, 94568 2010 Supergen Sr. Clinical Research Associate Salaries (1)
Supergen Dublin, CA Salaries
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Supergen Information
  • SuperGen, Inc
  • Industry: BioTech/Drugs
  • City: Dublin, CA
  • Based in Dublin, California, SuperGen is a pharmaceutical companydedicated to the development and commercialization of products intended totreat life-threatening diseases, particularly cancer.