Position : Histotechnologist
Must have gross dictation experience.
Besides their typical day, Histotechnologists also freeze tissue specimens. They may also perform electron microscopy or mass spectrometry to analyze specimens.
On a weekly to monthly basis, Histotechnologists teach students or other staff. They might also perform procedures associated with histochemistry to prepare specimens for immunofluorescence or microscopy.
In addition, they prepare or use prepared tissue specimens for teaching, research or diagnostic purposes.
Although specific duties may vary, many of them identify tissue structures or cell components to be used in the diagnosis, prevention, or treatment of diseases.
To some Histotechnologists, it is also their responsibility to supervise histology laboratory activities.