[Histonet] Histology technician for veterinary diagnostic lab in Bristol, UK.

Tim Scase timscase <@t> gmail.com
Thu Feb 12 04:56:06 CST 2009

Dear Histonetters,
we are currently in need of dynamic, cheerful, experienced and  
enthusiastic histology technicians to join our veterinary diagnostic  
histopathology and immunohistochemistry company, located in a  
beautiful part of Bristol, UK.

Our company specialises in the processing of mail-in biopsy specimens  
submitted by primary care and referral veterinary surgeon in practice,  
and although we have only been operating for a few months, we are  
already in need of more technical staff in order for us to meet the  
demand for our high quality services. We also have a rapidly expanding  
immunohistochemistry service for tumour prognostication.  In addition,  
as our caseload increases, we will be using the samples received  
through the laboratory for internally funded and collaborative  
clinical research studies to further our understanding of animal  
disease and to develop prognostic and diagnostic assays to benefit  
veterinary patients. Results from these research studies will be  
submitted for publication in the scientific literature and circulated  
to our clients to help them provide the most accurate and clinically- 
helpful information so that they can advise their clients and treat  
their patients accordingly.

We expect to establish our company as the UK's premier diagnostic and  
research-focussed veterinary histopathological laboratory.

You will help to develop the histopathology and immunohistochemistry  
services that we provide, and prepare routine histological and  
immunohistochemical-stained sections of submitted biopsy tissues for  
diagnostic and research purposes. In addition you will be expected to  
eat your share of Friday-morning-cakes.

Please send any enquiries to:  tim <@t> bridgepathology.com

Bridge Pathology Ltd.
PO Box 2877
Tel: 0117 9466560
Fax: 44117 981 1396
Web: www.bridgepathology.com
tim <@t> bridgepathology.com

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