[Histonet] Looking for neurohisto job in San Francisco
maria <@t> ski.org
Tue Feb 15 17:44:34 CST 2005
Greetings to everyone,
For the past 15 years, I've been involved in the basic science of
at a small institute here in San Francisco. Over the years, I've enjoyed
quite a number of very interesting PI projects of varying scale &
priority. I have
knowledge of CALOSHA regulations because I also happen to also be the safety
However, due to financial changes the institute has been downsizing
various Core departments including histology. So, I'm searching for
would prefer to stay in San Francisco area because it's my home.
I have a total of 26 years in histology. I'm proficient in a variety of
routine & specialized
neurohistologic techniques using various tissue processing and
sectioning, e.g., paraffin
& frozen sections, thick whole mounts, small & large tissue gelatin
embedding for thick
free floating sections using rotary, cryostat & slide microtomes.
I've worked on various neural tissue from different species, e.g.,
cortical & retinal tissue
from cat, mouse, turtle, monkey, rat, rabbit extra-ocular muscles and
whole butterfly heads.
I've performed a variety of IHC techniques, e.g., dopamine beta
tyrosine hydroxylase, anti-humanBNDF, c-FOS, ZIF-189, GABA, anti-Cam Kinase
type II, ChAT, 3CB2 and protein kinase C, anti-recoverin & etc.
If you need someone with my skills, please contact me. I just want to
say, I consider
being a member of the Histonet part of my histology continuing education.
Maria Bartola Mejia
Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
San Francisco, CA 94115
Email: maria <@t> ski.org or marius2 <@t> mindspring.com
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