Thank You Note

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From:"Hiroaki Nitta" <>
Date:Thu, 19 Aug 1999 01:16:49 -0400
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Dear All:
It was about 6 weeks ago when I sent a post about my sad situation of
loosing a job from a biotechnology company in Baltimore, MD.  I got so much
support from people with HistoNet.  I got 4 interview offers and I got 4 job
offers.  I have been using histology techniques since I was 18 years old
(now I am 38 years old) answering biological questions including
reproductive biology, physiology, endocrinology, molecular biology,
toxicology, and biotechnology.  I worked for biotechnology companies last 5
years after finishing my postdoctoral training.

What I am trying to say here is that histology is a hot area (very hot) and
I encourage you to stick with it for your bright futures.  But, the key is
that you need to know immunohistochemistry and in situ hybridization (both
DNA and mRNA).  I am going to make the decision who I am going to work for
by this Friday.  All offers are wonderful (really good, I am serious) and it
is NOT easy to decide which one to take, but I have to.

I thank you again for everybody who helped for directing me for those
wonderful job opportunities.  I have to say histology has been too good for
me since I started 20 years ago.

Sincerely yours,
Hiro Nitta

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