BMC Biology and the BMC Series are recruiting

We are looking for an Associate or Senior Editor with a strong background in biology and a keen interest in open science and open access publishing to work across two titles
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We're looking for a passionate researcher to come and join the  BMC Biology and BMC Series editorial teams. If you hold a PhD, or are about to obtain one, this might be the perfect next career step for you!

We're particularly interested in receiving applications from individuals with expertise in  cancer, immunology or microbiology. No editorial experience is necessary, we will provide full training.

The ideal candidate will be based in our New York or Shanghai offices, with hybrid working available. Please apply using the link below or get in touch if you have any questions.

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