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Transgenomic average salary is $108,000, median salary is $108,000 with a salary range from $108,000 to $108,000.
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108,000
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108,000
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Senior Account & Project Manager 108,000-108,000 New York, NY, 10001 2013 Transgenomic Senior Account & Project Manager Salaries (1)
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  • Transgenomic, Inc.
  • Industry: Scientific
  • City: Omaha, NE
  • Transgenomic provides versatile and innovative research tools and relatedconsumable products to the life sciences industry for the synthesis,separation, analysis and purification of nucleic acids and a wide variety ofnucleic acid-based specialty chemicals. Through its nucleic acids businesssegment, Transgenomic provides specialty chemicals, including advanced nucleicacid building blocks and associated reagents, used in applications such asgenetic diagnostics and therapeutics. Manufacturing operations include a cGMPfacility for the synthesis of oligonucleotides.