cytotechnologist

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cytotechnologist

[‚sīd·ō‚tek′näl·ə·jəst]
(pathology)
A person trained to prepare smears of and examine exfoliated cells, referring abnormalities to a physician.
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Experts who spoke with this newspaper reported high vacancy ** in cytotechnology positions in certain parts of the country and dwindling numbers of trained people to teach cytotechnology at the academic level.
Kenyan laboratory technologists are trained in gynecologic cytology at the Loma Linda University (Loma Linda, California) School of Allied Health Professions' cytotechnology program.
and Susan S, 2009 "The effects of microcarrier culture on recombinant CHO cells under biphasic hypothermic culture conditions", Cytotechnology, 59: 81-91.
Ham Benghuzzi, professor and interim chair of cytotechnology and chairman of health sciences.
Despite a funding priority in FYs 2003 and 2004 for programs training personnel "in medical technology, cytotechnology, genetic counseling and/or emergency preparedness," no awards were given to med-tech training programs in FY 2003.
The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP), in its 2000 wage and vacancy survey, reported that vacancies in cytotechnology are at 45% in the Northeast region of the country and 33% in the Far West.
Experts who spoke with this newspaper reported high vacancy rates in cytotechnology positions in certain parts of the country and dwindling numbers of trained people to teach cytotechnology at the academic level.
Students select one of four programs: biotechnology, cytogenetic technology, cytotechnology, or medical technology.
The fixed cell samples were stained with a Papanicolaou stain and examined by cytotechnology faculty at UAMS; all findings were confirmed by faculty in the department of pathology.