biomedical scientist


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biomedical scientist

A person qualified to perform an array of laboratory bench jobs, including cytology screening and support work in chemical, microbiology, haematology and histopathology laboratories in the UK.
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Udegbune started working as a band 7 senior biomedical scientist at Bishop Auckland Hospital in 2006, part of the County Durham NHS Trust.
The article states that the biomedical scientist is the equivalent of the New Zealand medical laboratory scientist.
DOHA QATAR-BASED biomedical scientist Dr Ma'an al Ani's has got a patent on his pioneering invention, a nanorobotic device to be used in the treatment of cancer, from the USA Congress Library Office of Patent, Copyright and Trademark.
based Closure Medical Corporation, where he worked as a senior biomedical scientist.
Washington, June 25 (ANI): A biomedical scientist has warned that the chemicals found in the gooey tar balls that are being produced as a result of the Gulf oil spill can cause cancer in humans.
A Health Professions Council conduct and competence panel in London ruled that biomedical scientist David Gibbs's fitness to practise was not impaired now despite his actions in 2007.
The one-time biomedical scientist gives a particular insight drawn from 30 years in the NHS, such as an internal hospital code that includes T.
A woman has been banned from working as a biomedical scientist after she stole cash from a colleague and failed to tell a prospective employer about her criminal record.
The oneness and complexity of Pollock's paintings, his spontaneous dance to the rhythm of nature and the riddles of the inner world, speak to the biomedical scientist in a direct and fundamental way the artist would have applauded.
SiHybrid-Mediated Gene Silencing, a novel technology developed by Allen Christian, a senior biomedical scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Calif.
As the aging society moves into the next generation it is the duty of the new generation biomedical scientist to sort out the moral dilemmas as they bring the technology to the forefront.
I'm very happy that they take so much care,'' said Michael Crawford, 72, a biomedical scientist at London Metropolitan College whose telescope prompted federal security officials to open his suitcase.

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