RHODESP at gunet.georgetown.edu
Mon Aug 3 14:47:39 EST 1998
Lombardi Cancer Center
The Pediatric Stem Cell and Cancer Research Program, headed by
internationally recognized pediatric oncologist, Mitchell Cairo, has moved from
California to the Lombardi Cancer Center at Georgetown University Medical
Center in Washington, DC. Supported by a three year, $3.0 million grant, the
research laboratory is conducting pioneering basic and translational research in
stem cell biology, molecular oncology, immunotherapy and gene therapy. Dr.
Cairo will oversee the lab and direct all children's cancer and transplantation
programs at Lombardi as well as the NHLBI cord blood collection center.
The incumbent in this position performs tests requiring the exercise of
independent judgement and responsibility with minimal supervision to examine
and identify cellular characteristics. Ideal candidate will be a medical
technologist with flow cytometry experience. A bachelor's degree, three years
of lab experience, and MT (ASCP) certified preferred.
Georgetown University Medical Center offers a competitive salary as well as an
excellent benefits package.
Please e-mail Trish Rhodes at rhodesp at gunet.georgetown.edu for further information.
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