[Histonet] RE: paraffin embedding mold for rat eye

Liang, Frank FLiang <@t> wellstatoc.com
Thu Jan 19 09:40:19 CST 2012

Hi, everyone,

Any suggestions for the right size of mold to embed rat eyes in paraffin? Where we can get them? The molds we currently use are good for mouse eyes.



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From: histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu [mailto:histonet-bounces <@t> lists.utsouthwestern.edu] On Behalf Of Pam Barker
Sent: Thursday, January 19, 2012 10:33 AM
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Subject: [Histonet] RELIA Histology Careers Bulletin 1-19-2012 Any New Years Resolutions?

Hi Histonetters!!

Did you make a New Year's Resolution? How is it going so far?  Of course I
resolved that I will try to eat right and exercise and I am trying.     

But... my most important resolution is to help even more histo techs find the right opportunity in the right place at the right time.

In 2011 I helped people make the move into a management role, relocate closer to family, shorten their commute, move into research, utilize their advanced degrees, get higher salaries, more desirable shifts and better benefits.

In 2012 I resolve to help even more people make the changes they want to make in order to improve their career situations and ultimately the quality of their lives.

I have a nationwide network of contacts with the premier employers of histology professionals in clinical, research and biotech settings.  I only work with full time permanent positions at companies that offer excellent compensation, benefits programs and relocation assistance.

Here is a list of my current openings:


*	Histology Supervisor/Nights - Miami, FL 

*	Regional Histology Supervisor - Portland, OR 

*	Histology Manager - Suffern, NY 


*	Grossing Histotech - Chattanooga, TN* 

*	Histology Tech - Salem, VA 

*	Histology Tech - Long Island, NY 

*	Night Shift Grossing Histotech - Wallingford, CT 

*	Histotech - Milwaukee, WI 

*	Histotech - Culver City, CA* 

*	Histotech - Pismo Beach, CA* 

*	IHC Specialist - Valencia, CA 

*	Grossing Histotech/PA - Charlotte, NC
*	Path Assistant  - Lancaster, PA 

Of course I can't put all the information about these opportunities in an e-mail.  So if you or anyone you know might be interested in hearing more about any of these positions or want help with a job search in another area please contact me.  

Also remember I have new positions coming in on an almost daily basis so if the area you desire is not listed don't worry we can launch a specific search for you for your preferred location remember it is free of charge and it never hurts to look.  

So if you or anyone you know has resolved to make a job change this year please let me know.  We can get started right away or we can map out a strategy for when the timing is right.  Shoot me an e-mail at relia1 <@t> earthlink.net or call me toll free at 866-607-3542.

There are a lot of recruiters out there right now trying to work with histo techs and I appreciate your support and respect your needs.  Remember I offer over 25 years of experience as a recruiter and for over 9 years I have dedicated my practice solely to placing histology professionals like you.  

Thanks again and I hope to hear from you soon, Thanks-Pam

Thank You!

Pam Barker
Specialists in Allied Healthcare Recruiting
5703 Red Bug Lake Road #330
Winter Springs, FL 32708-4969
Phone: (407)657-2027
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