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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"Every single person alive in the UK today has used the services of biomedical scientists - from babies to blood tests and various interventions along the way - and most people have no idea what they do.
Specialist biomedical scientist Sue Jeffrey also helped and they were joined by paediatric ward staff nurse Sharron McGarva, the paediatric lead for Harvey's Gang.
According to the tribunal listing, Ms Hall: "Whilst employed at Wirral Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in the capacity of Chief Biomedical Scientist : "On November 9, 2017, you consumed alcohol at work.
At a meeting of the Eastern Regional branch of the Ghana Association of Biomedical Laboratory Scientists (GABMLS), biomedical scientist George Danquah reported grim news: In the eastern region of the West African nation, only the regional and district hospitals provide laboratory services; some 60 other medical facilities there have no lab services.
Johanna, 39, a senior biomedical scientist at The James Cook University Hospital, said: "I'm really looking forward to the challenge - it's completely bonkers but for a really worthy cause."
The article states that the biomedical scientist is the equivalent of the New Zealand medical laboratory scientist.
Ainsworth came to TranS1 from Raleigh, N.C.-based Closure Medical Corporation, where he worked as a senior biomedical scientist. He held similar positions at Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Coalescent Surgical Inc., and Guidant Corporation (before it was purchased by Boston Scientific Inc.).
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.U.B.E - totally unnecessary breast examination.
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.

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