An opportunity for visitors to experience for themselves the world-class R&D careers, projects and facilities that exist
Global biotechnology company Randox Teoranta is this month opening its doors to the general public for an event that will showcase the pioneering scientific research taking place. Including tours, interactive activities and Q&A sessions with scientists, engineers and software developers, the Open Day in Dungloe will offer visitors the opportunity to experience for themselves the worldclass R&D careers, projects and facilities that exist in the heart of Donegal.
Projects at Randox Teoranta, which focuses on the development of tests for ill health and disease, have recently included revolutionary diagnostic technologies for Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, kidney disease and gastrointestinal disorders. In addition to those working in human health are veterinary scientists involved in the development of novel animal health tests used to monitor disease spread and improve animal welfare.
Randox scientists work alongside a dedicated team of software developers and engineers who collaboratively use their talents to design the machines on which these tests are run. And the company’s manufacturing department also boasts a number of innovative roles which are essential to Randox’s continuation as a global leader in healthcare diagnostics and associated technology. Students, graduates and experienced professionals are welcome to visit Randox Teoranta (Meenmore, Dungloe, F94 TV06) on Tuesday 24th December 2019 from 9:00 until 12:00, along with their family and friends.
You are welcome to bring your CV on the day or email it to recruitment@ randoxteoranta.com. Booking for the Open Day is not required, however, you can register your interest (optional) and find out more information, including directions, by searching Randox at www.eventbrite.ie. More information about the Open Day can also be found by contacting +353 7495 22600 or emailing RandoxPR@randox.com.
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