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Marketing Specialist

This position will be responsible for supporting the company’s business by creating and executing advertising campaigns and product marketing programs, performing marketing communications and trade show coordination, and managing the company’s website and other company-related web presence. Full Description

2017-02-21T14:25:48+00:00February 21st, 2017|Job Openings|

Research Associate

Luceome is seeking research oriented, motivated person to contribute to its KinaseSeeker™ program for profiling drug candidates against kinases.  The internship candidate will assist in building a large panel of kinases, validating the kinases in split-luciferase based assays, and evaluating test compounds in these assays.  Candidates should preferably have research experience in molecular biology techniques, [...]

2017-02-21T14:27:16+00:00February 20th, 2017|Job Openings|

Cell behaviors are like traffic signals to husband and wife team’s new company

Though Neel Ghosh and Reena Zutshi deal in molecular cell science, it’s easier to think of their work as if they were traffic engineers. The husband and wife team have started an off shoot company through the University of Arizona that is an integral part to the drug development process. While the cost of bringing [...]

2016-10-03T22:58:59+00:00October 3rd, 2016|In The News|

Luceome Biotechnologies Receives $1.9 Million in Phase I and Phase II SBIR Funding

TUCSON, AZ - LUCEOME BIOTECHNOLOGIES a privately held biotechnology company focused on the discovery and development of its innovative proprietary assay platform today announced the award of $1.6 million in grant funding from The National Institutes of Health to further their research in high throughput screening using the KinaseSeeker™ technology. Earlier this year, Luceome was [...]

2016-10-03T22:50:48+00:00October 3rd, 2016|In The News|

Luceome receives NIH grant to put technology on market

Luceome Biotechnologies, a University of Arizona spinoff company, received a $1.6 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to commercialize its drug research technology. The grant award will help Luceome develop a product called KinaseSeeker that helps speed the process of finding effective cancer drugs. Indraneel Ghosh, a UA chemistry professor, and his wife, [...]

2016-10-03T22:43:31+00:00October 3rd, 2011|In The News|