[Histonet] Immunohistochemical Research Position Opening in NY

From:"Discovery Solutions"

Hi, I don't mean to interrupt but I have a histology position open in NY
if anyone is interested. Here are the particulars:

This opportunity based in New York, NY is with a well established
biopharmaceutical company focused on developing chimerized (made from
mouse and human antibodies) cancer therapies. With successful products
on the market and more in the pipeline they offer growth potential and
great benefits.
We are currently seeking a research scientist with expertise in
immunohistochemical techniques to run a program testing the ability of
antibodies to be used as immunohistochemical staining reagents in
tissues from a variety of species. In addition this individual will
perform general staining technique development for a variety of cancer
related proteins. 

You would be responsible for screening antibodies for binding to tissues
from multiple species, 
developing and utilizing immunohistochemical staining techniques for
various cancer related proteins, harvesting mouse tissue samples and
other basic histology research duties.
The minimum requirements for this position are a B.S. degree plus at
least 5 years experience in an active histology lab. We are looking for
someone proficient at frozen and paraffin sectioning and
immunohistochemistry with experience in all aspects of processing
patient tissue samples for immunohistochemistry. Plus experience
harvesting and processing rodent tissues for immunohistochemistry is
required. Also a history of published immunohistochemical work is a

Give me a call if you or anyone you know would be interested in learning
more about this.

Diane K. Ranney
Discovery Solutions
Specializing in Drug Discovery Searches

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