Knowledge with the theory, application and practice of current biochemistry and molecular biology research techniques (Ion Torrent sequencing, protein-stapling, site-directed electron spin labeling, etc)
I agree with Dave's suggestion, you may need to start out with a lateral move into pharmaceutical QC, then move internally to a more R&D based position. Keep in mind that PC is also correct, the job stability for R&D scientists is MUCH more volatile than it is for QC analysts.
P.C. wrote:HR and hiring managers will look at a large dip in your salary history as a problem with you as the problem.
It might be more renumerative if you started a cover letter resume campaign and a networking campaign directly to hiring managers.
Networking via face to face contacts or voice to voice is said by the moderator of this forum (and many other job placement experts), a well acknowledged expert on networking, to be the most effective means to self advancement.
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