[Cytometry] Immediate opportunities for California Licensed Clinical Cytometrists

O'Gorman, Maurice mogorman at chla.usc.edu
Tue Apr 2 12:46:30 EDT 2013

We have immediate openings for both a Level II Clinical Laboratory Scientist (CLS) and a supervisory level CLS in a rapidly evolving Diagnostic and Clinical Immunology Laboratory located at the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles (affiliated with the University of Southern California) in the Los Felix, East Hollywood area of Southern California.

Applicants are expected to hold California CLS licensure and to have at least 3 years' experience in a clinical/diagnostic flow cytometry laboratory setting.  Knowledge of flow cytometry related technology/science and experience with diverse clinical applications is desirable.  Broad based experience in Clinical Immunology procedures including nephelometry, enzyme immunoassay, indirect immunofluorescence, agglutination, electrophoresis, automation, etc. would also be reviewed favorably.

If you want to work in a learning environment, are serious about quality control and want to participate in an evolving clinical diagnostic laboratory setting within a leading academic hospital environment, please reply directly to Dennis Schauer, Division Administrator for Operations and Strategic Development with a letter of interest and your CV - dschauer at chla.usc.edu



Maurice (Mo) R.G. O'Gorman, MBA, M.Sc, Ph.D., D(ABMLI)
Professor of Pathology and Pediatrics
Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California
Chief of Laboratory Medicine
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine,
Children's Hospital Los Angeles
4650 Sunset Blvd., Mailstop #43  |  Los Angeles, CA 90027
Ph: 323.361.4619 |  Fax: 323.361.8005
Cell:  847.840.4199

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