[Histonet] Advice for new grads?
bakevictoria at gmail.com
Mon May 9 18:05:20 CDT 2022
So far a lot of excellent advice has been given. Along the lines of what
Tim has said, learn new tests. Any chance to get scope time with a
pathologist one on one or in a multi scope setting is an excellent learning
tool. It shows your interest & you will get to know your pathologists. This
will also encourage them to feel more comfortable in the lab.
Try different lab settings. Academic research you have a lot of interaction
with scientific people & you will have to figure things out/research them
yourself. Clinical is where most people start out & what Tim said is spot
on. Pharma is really incredible, especially now. It will most likely mean
working with animal, cell culture & archival materials. You’ll need to
bring your A game to work each day, but most of the people in all these
settings will be willing to show an eager learner.
Good days come with bad days. It’s hard to not get discouraged, but
remember it is just one day.
Go get ‘em!
On Mon, May 9, 2022 at 1:16 PM Pam Barker RELIA Solutions via Histonet <
histonet at lists.utsouthwestern.edu> wrote:
> Hi Histopeeps!
> I hope this is the beginning of a fantastic week for you. On Wednesday I
> will be speaking to a group of newly graduated histotechs.
> I wanted to ask if you could give someone just entering the field of
> histology a single piece of advice what would it be?
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