Position Available at NJMS

From:Jay Turner <turnerjayd@hotmail.com>

<html><DIV><FONT face=Arial> <P>This coming summer I will be leaving my position as a histologist for The Department of Orthopaedics at New Jersey Medical School. We are now beginning to look for my replacement to begin a month or two before I leave so that there will be some overlap. The position calls for a full-time histotechnologist to manage day-to-day histological operations. We work primarily with decalcified and nondecalcified bone samples, embedded in paraffin and poly-methyl methacrylate, respectively. Job duties include tissue processing, sectioning, routine staining, and the development of protocols for immunohistochemistry and <EM>in situ</EM> hybridization. The histologist works on the histological component of a wide variety of projects, trains graduate students, medical students, and dental and medical residents in histological technique, maintains inventory, and is essentially responsible for all activity in the lab. </P> <P>The ideal candidate would have some experience in histological specimen preparation or formal training in the area however, inexperienced individuals with appropriate backgrounds are encouraged to apply. I would highly recommend this position for anyone who enjoys laboratory research and who may be interested in pursuing a career in academics. It provides excellent experience in biomedical research, and because of its location at NJMS, offers great exposure to the medical field.</P> <P>If you know anyone who might be interested in the position, please have him/her contact either me (e-mail: </FONT><A href="mailto:turnerjayd@hotmail.com"><FONT size=2>turnerjayd@hotmail.com</FONT></A><FONT face=Arial>, phone 973-972-4408) or Robert Harten, PhD (e-mail: </FONT><A href="mailto:harten@umdnj.edu"><FONT size=2>harten@umdnj.edu</FONT></A><FONT face=Arial>, phone 973-972-4396). Thanks for your help.</P> <P>Sincerely,</P> <P>Jay Turner</P></FONT></DIV><br clear=all><hr>Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at <a href="http://explorer.msn.com">http://explorer.msn.com</a><br></p></html>
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