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serologist

 [se-rol´ah-jist]
a specialist in serology.

serologist

[sirol′əjist]
Etymology: L, serum, + Gk, logos, science
a bacteriologist or medical technologist who prepares or supervises the preparation and testing of sera used to diagnose and treat diseases and to immunize people against infectious diseases. Also called an immunologist.

serologist

(sē-rŏl′ō-jĭst) [″ + Gr. logos, word, reason]
An individual trained in the science of serology.

serologist

a specialist in serology. An old term for immunologist.
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Since graduating from medical technology school in 1971, I have held a variety of positions in large and small hospitals, including staff microbiologist and serologist, staff blood banker, education coordinator, and blood bank supervisor.
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The level-three forensic science students worked with pathologists and serologists at the National Institute of Legal Medicine, Bucharest.