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Ventria Bioscience average salary is $55,000, median salary is $50,000 with a salary range from $40,000 to $80,000.
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow 60,000-60,000 Fort Collins, CO, 80521 2011 Ventria Bioscience Postdoctoral Research Fellow Salaries (1)
Ventria Bioscience Fort Collins, CO Salaries
Qa/qc Associate 40,000-40,000 Junction City, KS, 66441 2010 Ventria Bioscience Qa/qc Associate Salaries (2)
Ventria Bioscience Junction City, KS Salaries
Scientist (biochemist) 80,000-80,000 Junction City, KS, 66441 2010 Ventria Bioscience Scientist (biochemist) Salaries (1)
Ventria Bioscience Junction City, KS Salaries
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Recent Ventria Bioscience Salaries (November 27, 2015)
Computer Systems Analysts PerkinElmer $117,000 Boston, MA, 02118 02/21/2014
Software Developer Wal-Mart $61,380 Bentonville, AR, 72716 01/08/2014

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Ventria Bioscience Information
  • Ventria Bioscience
  • Industry: BioTech/Drugs
  • City: Fort Collins, CO
  • Ventria Bioscience is a development-stage biotechnology company engaged inthe production of recombinant proteins that have applications in human andan
  • Ventria Bioscience Profile
  • Scott Deeter