Houston Histotechnologist Position(s)

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Date:Mon, 27 Sep 1999 21:21:16 -0500
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Histotechnologists (I-III)

The Breast Center at the Baylor College of Medicine is seeking several
Histotechnologists (I-III) for a new Pathology Core Laboratory with both

clinical and research activities.  The clinical component of the
is involved in evaluating prognostic and predictive factors in breast
cancer, which play a large role in making treatment decisions.  The
component is involved in the discovery and validation of new prognostic
factors, in addition to providing support for basic and applied research

into the development and progression of breast cancer.  Successful
applicants will be expected to have significant experience in general
histology including: tissue processing, embedding, sectioning (paraffin
frozen), routine histochemical staining, and special stains.  Experience

with immunohistochemistry is preferred but we are willing to train the
person.  All applicants must also have basic laboratory skills and
skills and an ability to work well with others.  We are looking for
who can work as a team as well as independently and are motivated to
new techniques such as laser capture microdissection and the
construction of
tissue microarrays.  The Breast Center is an equal opportunity employer
offering competitive salaries and benefits in a stimulating environment.

Please send resume and the names of three references by October 1st,

D. Craig Allred, MD
Professor of Pathology
Breast Care Center
Baylor College of Medicine
One Baylor Plaza, MS600
Houston, Texas 77030
713 798 1626 (phone)
713 798 1642 (fax)

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