[Histonet] employment at MIT in Cambridge MA

From:Denise Crowley

We are looking to add a histotech to our Histology Core Facility in 
the Center for Cancer Research at Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology.  Our staff consists of 2 techs and a facility manager 
working for 20 different laboratories all interested in researching 
the genetic basis for cancer.  Our work consists of processing, 
sectioning, and H&E staining of animal tissues (mostly mouse, but 
some zebrafish as well).  We have the latest in automated equipment 
including a ThermoElectron Excelsior processor, ThermoElectron 
Finesse microtomes, ThermoElectron Cryotome, ThermoElectron Gemini 
Stainer, and ThermoElectron Consul Coverslipper  We are looking for a 
full-time tech with Histology experience.  While certification is not 
required, we need someone who is committed to staying in Histology 
and who can serve as a resource for grad students and postdoctoral 
fellows in helping to design their experiments.
Hours are flexible and benefits are great.  If you are interested in 
a challenging environment where your expertise is truly appreciated, 
send me a resume and we will talk.
Denise Crowley, Facility Manager Histology
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Center for Cancer Research
40 Ames St. E17-230
Cambridge MA 02139

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