Microbiologist – Blackpool

Hannah Oakley is recruiting for a Microbiologist to be based in Blackpool at a leading medical device organisation.

In this role, your main function will be to carry out microbiological and environmental tests to ensure that the ongoing production is up to standard. You will also need to ensure that the cGMP principles and that all procedures comply with the appropriate industry directives.

This role requires you to have a BSc within a scientific discipline as a minimum, alongside experience within the microbiological field.

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Assay Development Scientist Job in Wiltshire, UK

Reena Dhana at CK Science is currently recruiting for an Assay Development Scientist to join a rapidly expanding Diagnostic Technology Organisation at their site based in Wiltshire. This Assay Development Scientist job is a full time, permanent and fixed term role.

Assay Development Scientist Job Description:

As an Assay Development Scientist, the main purpose of your role will be:

– Contributing to assay development.

– Formulating reagents.

– Testing of assays.

The successful Assay Development Scientist, you will have the following qualifications, skills and experience:

– Qualified in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology or a related discipline (or equivalent).

– Previous experience of PCR, ELISA or other assay techniques.

– Previous experience of writing scientific publications.

– Previous laboratory experience.

As an Assay Development Scientist, you will be joining a specialist Diagnostics Technology Organisation providing equipment to the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology industries, this company is a growing organisation who are offering a competitive salary, with excellent benefits.

How to apply:

Contact Reena for more details.

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For more information regarding this Assay Development Scientist role, please contact Reena Dhana at CK Science on 01438 723 500 or email rdhana@ckscience.co.uk. Please use reference ST24159 in all correspondence.

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Senior R&D Scientist – North West

Naynesh Mistry at CK Science is currently recruiting for a Senior R&D Scientist to join a leading manufacturer and supplier of clinical microbiology instrumentation in their product development team on a permanent basis in the North West

 

Job Summary:

This Senior R&D Scientist role will be to conduct research into and develop a wide range of new products for diagnostic microbiology with an emphasis on establishing novel molecular diagnostics.

 

Purpose/Objective:

As a Senior R&D Scientist you will carry out investigations related to both the improvement of existing products, and the improvement of manufacturing procedures and resolution of manufacturing problems, as well as working towards the achievement of recognition of significant new products through publication and presentation of external evaluations.

The primary focus of research will be the development of novel targets and probes for pathogenic micro-organisms with an emphasis on pathogens in human clinical disease.

The successful applicant will be expected to play a leading role in the development of a portfolio of molecular assays integrating a novel platform with forefront diagnostic assay. 

 

Qualifications and skills required:

The ideal candidate for this Senior R&D Scientist role will have a knowledge of nucleic amplification and extraction techniques is essential, combined with experience in conventional microbiological diagnostic methods.  Experience of primer design and bioinformatics software and databases would be advantageous

Ideally, candidates should have MSc or PhD in appropriate discipline or equivalent, as well as experience in commercial and/or academic research facilities, and be committed to continuous learning and professional development.

 

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Senior R&D Scientist role please contact Naynesh Mistry on 0114 2839956 or email nmistry@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference SH23878 in all correspondence.

 

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Soil researchers discover a microbe of global agricultural significance

As reported by Scientist Live, microbiologists at the University of Aberdeen have shed new light on the understanding of how ammonia-based fertilisers are inactivated by microorganisms in soil.

Billions of pounds are spent annually on nitrogen fertilisers to support crop production to feed the world’s population. Ammonia-oxidising’ microbes rapidly convert ammonia to nitrate, which is washed out of the soil before it reaches crops for which it is intended. This leads to losses to farmers estimated at over $15 billion per year and nitrate-polluted drinking water.

Over the past hundred years, all strains cultivated have only grown in standard laboratory conditions at higher, neutral pH, and not in acidic conditions.

Research performed at the University of Aberdeen has identified a novel organism which performs the process of ammonia oxidation in acidic conditions, and has also demonstrated that this organism is abundant and globally distributed in acidic soils.

A large part of this work involved the analysis of soils from the Scottish Agricultural College’s Craibstone Estate outside Aberdeen, to recognise the importance of the site from which the organisms were obtained, and the university at which the microbe was first cultivated, the new organism has been named Nitrosotalea devanaterra, which means an ammonia-oxidising ‘rod’ from soil in Aberdeen, incorporating Devana, the Roman name for Aberdeen. It is part of the Domain of microbes known as Archaea.

The research team has now been awarded a £0.5 million, 3.5-year research grant by the Natural Environment Research Council to investigate the highly unusual physiology of Nitrosotalea devanaterra and to find out more about its potential role in the loss of ammonia-based fertilisers and nitrous oxide gas emissions from soil!

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Microbiology Analyst – Merseyside

Naynesh Mistry is looking for a Microbiology Analyst to join a global manufacturer of pharmaceutical and veterinary medicine products company based in Merseyside

Description of the role:

The successful candidate for this Microbiology Analyst role will have a clear understanding of and the ability to work within, strict cGMP guidelines in a busy pharmaceutical Quality Control Lab and will be experienced in the following:

  • Analysis of bio burden and endotoxin present in water, steam and products (powder and aqueous)
  • Identification of microorganisms using standard identification techniques eg Vitek and API
  • Environmental monitoring of ISO Class 8 and 9 Cleanrooms
  • Growth and maintenance of microbiological cultures
  • Preparation and sterilisation of microbiological media
  • Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills

Qualification:

The ideal candidate for this Microbiology Analyst role should hold an honours degree in Microbiology (2:1 or above, or Equivalent) and have strong proven industrial experience gained in a GMP pharmaceutical manufacturing environment.  They should also have experience of Smartlab

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Microbiology Analyst role please contact Naynesh Mistry on 0114 2839956 or email nmistry@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference SH23118 in all correspondence.

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Temporary Microbiologist – West Midlands

Hannah Milward is currently recruiting for a Microbiologist to join a life sciences company at their site in the West Midlands.  

The company:

The company are looking to recruit a Microbiologist for an initial duration of 3 months, they operate internationally, to provide a comprehensive range of analytical support services drawing on the latest developments in biotechnology.  The Group specialises in delivering analytical testing services to clients from a wide range of industries including the pharmaceutical, food and environmental sectors.

The role:

This Microbiologist role will involve laboratory support and testing of samples. 

Skills required:

The ideal candidate for this Microbiologist role will have a background in science ideally microbiology. They will also have knowledge of ISO & UKAS as well.

How to apply:

For more information or to apply for this Microbiologist role please contact Hannah Milward on 0114 2839956 or email hmilward@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference SH23088 in all correspondence.

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Microbiology Laboratory Supervisor Job – Surrey, UK

Our client, a leading Water Supplier and Testing organisation, are currently looking for a Microbiology Laboratory Supervisor to join their Microbiology & Cryptosporidium Testing Laboratory based in Surrey, UK.

This is an outstanding opportunity to join a leading Water Organisation in their growing Microbiology and Cryptosporidium laboratories. In return they offer an attractive salary and benefits package.

 

Responsibilities:

Working as a Microbiology Laboratory Supervisor, you will be responsible for the day-to-day management of teams of Analysts and Microbiologists within the Microbiology & Cryptosporidium divisions; ensuring sample turnaround including liaising with both internal teams and external customers regarding results as well as overseeing of quality systems in the laboratory (ISO, UKAS, DWI).

 

Person Specification:

To be considered for this Microbiology Laboratory Supervisor role, you will be educated to degree level (or equivalent) including strong experience in Microbiology and/or Cryptosporidium and demonstrated Laboratory Supervisor / Team Leader experience including knowledge of quality standards (ISO, UKAS, DWI) gained in the Water, Analytical Testing or a related industry.

 

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For more information or to apply for this Microbiology Laboratory Supervisor position, please contact Andrew Bolton at CK Science on 01438 723 500 or email abolton@ckscience.co.uk. Entitlement to work in the EEA is essential. Please quote reference ST21162 in all correspondence.

 

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Microbiology Manager Job (Food) – South West

We are currently searching for a Microbiology Manager to join one of the leading laboratories in the South West and to lead a quality driven team in the microbiological analysis of food based materials.

This quality focused business is looking to appoint a Microbiology Manager who can lead the microbiology team and help realise the potential of the analysts in a truly committed food safety focused team.

Responsibilities:

As Microbiology Manager, your skills will be focused upon the management of the laboratory, prioritising and delegating work and ensuring samples are analysed in the time available and to the standards required by the business and customers.  You will help manage the day-to-day interface with the customer by reporting results and investigating queries.  You will manage the analyst team by leading and motivating them, organising rotas and ensuring their training and developmental needs are met.

Person Specification:

The ideal candidate for this Microbiology Manager position will have the ability to influence and work as part of a dynamic fast paced team and will have an understanding of UKAS, quality management and food safety systems. Excellent colour vision is business critical as is a keen eye for detail. Proven leadership and man-management skills in a laboratory based environment would be preferred.

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For more information or to apply for this Microbiology Manager position, please contact Jason Johal at CK Science on 01438 723 500 or email jjohal@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference ST21107 in all correspondence.

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Microbiology Manager Job (Food) – South West, UK

We are currently searching for a Microbiology Manager to join one of the leading laboratories in the South West and to lead a quality driven team in the microbiological analysis of food based materials.

This quality focused business is looking to appoint a Microbiology Manager who can lead the microbiology team and help realise the potential of the analysts in a truly committed food safety focused team.

 

Responsibilities:

As Microbiology Manager, your skills will be focused upon the management of the laboratory, prioritising and delegating work and ensuring samples are analysed in the time available and to the standards required by the business and customers.  You will help manage the day-to-day interface with the customer by reporting results and investigating queries.  You will manage the analyst team by leading and motivating them, organising rotas and ensuring their training and developmental needs are met. 

 

The Ideal Candidate:

The ideal candidate will have the ability to influence and work as part of a dynamic fast paced team and will have an understanding of UKAS, quality management and food safety systems. Excellent colour vision is business critical as is a keen eye for detail. Proven leadership and man-management skills in a laboratory based environment would be preferred.

 

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For more information or to apply for this Microbiology Manager position, please contact Jason Johal at CK Science on 01438 723 500 or email jjohal@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference ST21107 in all correspondence.

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QA/QC Technical Manager Job (Dairy) – South Coast, UK

We are currently searching for a QA/QC Technical Manager to join a new state of the art dairy processing facility on the South Coast.

The company are currently looking to double their output capacity and branch into Europe and as such they require a Technical Manager with the ability to change the company culture and drive them forwards.

You will oversee the QA and QC divisions as well as being heavily involved with product production, customer liasion and tackling commercial needs.

The ideal candidate will have the technical expertise to take on this senior role and will have knowledge and experience of the dairy industry and microbiology (aseptic).

 

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For more information, or to apply for this QA/QC Technical Manager position, please contact Barney Smith on 0191 384 8905 or email bsmith@ckscience.co.uk.  Please quote reference ST20861 in all correspondence.

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Laboratory Manager Job (Biotechnology) – North East

Our client is a biotechnology company based in the North East of England.  They require a manager to run their QC function.

 

Aswell as being technically competent, you must be able to work well under pressure, be able to deal with customers, colleagues and heads of other departments, and train and develop staff.  You must be qualified to minimum HNC level in Microbiology or a related subject or possess equivalent industrial experience, and have a proven track record within a lab based supervisory role.

 

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For more information, or to apply for this Laboratory Manager position, please contact Barney Smith on 0191 384 8905 or email bsmith@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference DH20844 in all correspondence.

 

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QA/QC Technical Manager Job (Dairy) – South Coast

CK Science are currently searching for a QA/QC Technical Manager to join a new state of the art dairy processing facility on the South Coast.

The company are currently looking to double their output capacity and branch into Europe and as such they require a Technical Manager with the ability to change the company culture and drive them forwards.

As QA/QC Technical Manager you will oversee the QA and QC divisions as well as being heavily involved with product production, customer liasion and tackling commercial needs.

The ideal candidate for this QA/QC Technical Manager position  will have the technical expertise to take on this senior role and will have knowledge and experience of the dairy industry and microbiology (aseptic).

 

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For more information, or to apply for this QA/QC Technical Manager role, please contact Jason Johal at CK Science on 01438 723 500 or jjohal@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference ST20861 in all correspondence.

 

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Microbiologist Job (Pharmaceutical) – Wiltshire, UK

CK Science are currently searching for a Pharmaceutical Microbiologist to join a global CMO based in Wiltshire.

Responsibilities:

As a Pharmaceutical Microbiologist, the main focus of your role will be to carrying out scientific and technical tasks within the Microbiology Quality Control Department.

Your responsibilities will also include performing routine laboratory procedures such as Endotoxin, bioburden and TVC testing. You will be required to develop and validate laboratory procedures within the department and comply with cGMP in all areas of the business.

Person Specification:

For this role you will need a degree in Microbiology or a related discipline (or equivalent), and previous experience in a Pharmaceutical Microbiology laboratory is essential.

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For more information, or to apply for this Pharmaceutical Microbiologist  role, please contact Reena Dhana at CK Science on 01438 723 500 or email rdhana@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference ST20782 in all correspondence.

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Laboratory Manager Job (Microbiology) – London, UK

A growing UKAS accredited Analytical Testing Laboratory, are currently looking for a Laboratory Manager to be responsible for running their Microbiology Laboratory based at their site in London.

 

This is an outstanding opportunity to join an Analytical Testing Laboratory which has continuing success providing chemical and microbiological analysis to a wide range of industries. In return they offer an attractive salary and benefits package.

 

Responsibilities:

Working as a Laboratory Manager, you will be responsible for management of a team of Microbiologists and Technicians involved in the analysis of various water samples including day-to-day people management; ensuring sample turnaround; maintaining quality standards in the laboratory (UKAS, ISO) as well as liasing with customers throughout the process.

 

Qualifications and Experience:

To be considered for this Laboratory Manager role, you will have a HND / Degree in Microbiology or a relevant discipline (or equivalent) and proven practical Laboratory Management / Supervisory experience within an Environmental and/or Water Microbiology environment.

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For more information, or to apply for this Laboratory Manager position, please contact Andrew Bolton at CK Science on 01438 723 500 or email abolton@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference ST20785 in all correspondence.

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Technical Manager Job (Microbiology) – Berkshire, UK

Our client, a leading Chemical Consultancy organisation, are currently looking for a Technical Manager to join their Manufacturing and Laboratory facilities based in Berkshire, UK.

 

Responsibilities:

As the Technical Manager, you will be responsible for driving forward development projects from concept to launch; providing technical direction to internal teams including writing and carrying out training of staff; attend both internal and external audits as well as acting as a key technical contact for customers including on site visits.

This role will be split between the organisation’s site based in Berkshire and field based work (customers sites).

This is an outstanding opportunity to join an industry leading Chemical Consultancy, which in return offers an attractive salary and benefits package.

Qualifications and Experience:

To be considered for this Technical Manager role, you will have a degree in Microbiology (or equivalent); proven practical microbiology based experience within a chemical, environmental or related industry including knowledge in areas such as environmental microbiology, microbial physiology or aero microbiology and demonstrated Team Leader, Supervisory or Managerial experience. Experience within a commercial or customer facing environment would be advantageous but it is not essential.

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For more information, or to apply for this Technical Manager position, please contact Andrew Bolton at CK Science on 01438 723 500 or email abolton@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference ST20689 in all correspondence.

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Purification Scientist (Biotechnology) – Liverpool

Our client is currently seeking to recruit a Purification Scientist to work with them at their site in Liverpool on a permanent basis.

The Purification Scientist will be responsible for the following:

  • The technical transfer of downstream processes for microbial, mammalian and viral products.
  • Reviewing technical development information and translates this information into a cGMP compliant manufacturing process
  • Prepare manufacturing instructions and specifications
  • Manufacture the products within the cGMP production facility to meet customer timelines
  • Plan and organise downstream manufacturing campaigns for the team and lead continuous improvement projects as well as routine operations.

The ideal candidate for this Purification Scientist role will be educated to degree level, or equivalent, in a relevant scientific subject and have hands on downstream processing experience within a pharmaceutical or biotechnology environment for mammalian, microbial or viral technologies.

Experience working to GMP, supervising staff and with writing and reviewing SOP’s is also required. Experience in the technical transfer of products from development into a cGMP environment and with the execution of equipment qualification, cleaning validation and or sterilisation validation is also desirable.

 

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For more information or to apply for this Purification Scientist job, please contact Philippa Robertson on 0114 2839956 or email probertson@ckscience.co.uk. Please quote reference SH20111 in all correspondences.

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What Type of Job Can Your Scientific Degree Get You?

Scientific researchRecently graduated? Confused about what kind of science job your scientific degree can get you?

Here are some possible career paths for graduates whom have graduated in the following scientific disciplines:

  • Biochemistry
  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Chemistry
  • Biotechnology
  • Microbiology
  • Biology
  • Food Science

 

Biochemistry:

  • Biomedical Scientist: A Biomedical Scientist carries out laboratory tests on human samples to help diagnose illness and to evaluate the effectiveness of treatment.
  • Pharmacologist: A Pharmacologist investigates how drugs and chemicals interact with biological systems.
  • Clinical Research Associate: As a Clinical Research Associate you well set up, monitor and complete clinical trials.
  • Clinical Biochemist: Clinical Biochemists analyse and interpret patients blood assist in the diagnosis of disease.

Biomedical Sciences:

  • Biomedical Scientist: See above.
  • Microbiologist: Microbiologists observe, identify and monitor microbes. They also develop new techniques, products and processes.
  • Research Scientist: Research Scientists plan and conduct experiments to increase the body of research into medicine.
  • Toxicologist: The main role of a Toxicologist is to plan and carry out laboratory and field studies to indentify and monitor the impact of toxic materials and radiation on human and animal health.

Chemistry:

  • Analytical Chemist: Analytical Chemists perform structural, quantitative, product and formulation analyses.
  • Clinical Biochemist: See above.
  • Scientist – Process Development: This job involves scaling up processes developed in the laboratory so that they can be used in large scale manufacturing.
  • Scientist – Product Development: This job involves taking ideas developed in the research stage and developing and formulating to the point where new products can be manufactured.
  • Toxicologist: See above.

Biotechnology:

  • Microbiologist: See above.
  • Clinical Research Associate: See above.
  • Clinical Molecular Geneticist: As a Clinical Molecular Geneticist you will use biochemical and molecular biology techniques to identify generic abnormalities associated with disease.

 

Microbiology:

  • Microbiologist: See above.
  • Toxicologist: See above.
  • Biomedical Scientist: See above.
  • Haematologist: Haematologists specialise in the study and analysis of blood and blood-forming tissues linked to disorders.

 

Biology:

  • Research Scientist (Medical and Life Science): See above.
  • Pharmacologist: As a Pharmacologist you will investigate how drugs and chemicals interact with biological systems. The aim of this job is to understand drugs and their actions so thy can be used effectively and safely.
  • Clinical Molecular Geneticist: See above.

Food Science:

  • Food Technologist/Scientist –Product Development: In this job you will work in three main areas:
  • 1. Product Development
  • 2. Quality Assurance
  • 3. Retailing

The main aim of a Food Technologists job is to produce food which is safe and nutritious and has a consistent flavour, texture and colour. You will also develop existing products.

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CK Science Sponsor Kilimanjaro Climb

Mount_Kilimanjaro_2007CK Science, the leading specialist scientific recruitment consultancy, will be sponsoring a charity climb up Kilimanjaro.

The climb has been organised to raise money and awareness for children’s hospice, Hope House in Oswestry. It takes over £4million each year to run the hospice and they are currently caring for over 320 terminally ill children and their families. This doesn’t just include the physical, psychological and spiritual care for the children affected, but also bereavement support, in all its forms, for the siblings and other family members left behind. Hope House also offers bereavement services to the larger community, helping a wide number of children over an extremely traumatic time in their lives. At this time 93 families are receiving post bereavement support.

DSCF0965Hope House currently received only £300,000 of funding from the government each year and the other £3,700,000 is raised by events such as this.

It is hoped that the Kilimanjaro climb will raise a minimum of £4,000. This money will go a small way to help the staff of Hope House ease the final days of terminally ill children.

If you would like to make a donation, please go to www.justgiving.com and search under TRUDY KEDDIE.

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350 new science and engineering jobs in Wiltshire

Sir James Dyson, One of the World's Leading Engineers

Sir James Dyson, One of the World’s Leading Engineers

Dyson – the second highest UK patent filer after Rolls Royce plans to create 350 science and engineering jobs in Wiltshire. New positions will include graduate design engineers, mechanical engineers and acoustic engineers.

The new engineers, mainly university graduates, will work at Dyson’s laboratories in Malmesbury, where machines are conceived, researched and designed.

Last month, Sir James Dyson, one of the world’s leading design engineers, called for more investment in science and engineering industries in order to make the UK Europe’s leading hi-tech exporter.  “We need to inspire and enlighten people: science and engineering can change lives, society and the economy,” he said.

Dyson employs more than 2,500 people worldwide, with 1,000 of those working in Wiltshire. The main areas of expertise include microbiology, fluid, mechanical, electrical, electro-magnetic compatibility, thermal, acoustic and software engineering. The company have seen a surge in their research and development efforts since 2005, with new technologies including the Dyson Air Multiplier fan, the Dyson Airblade hand dryer and Dyson’s smallest-ever vacuum cleaner – DC26 City.

Sir James said: “I am extremely proud of the new technology developed by our engineers in Malmesbury. “It is vital that Dyson – and the UK – continues to invest in the nation’s engineering talent if we are to stay ahead. With excellent young aspiring scientists and engineers in our schools it falls to companies such as Dyson to encourage this future generation.”

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Leeds Metropolitan University Open New Biomedical Sciences Laboratory

Biomedical Science, Jobs, UKYesterday saw the official opening of Leeds Metropolitan University’s new Biomedical Sciences Laboratory. The new facility was opened by Bill McCarthy, Chief Executive of NHS Yorkshire and the Humber.

The new biomedical sciences laboratories provide an important resource for the universities biomedical and environmental sciences students who are starting out in their scientific careers. The laboratory also opens doors for the university in terms of offering an enhanced provision for research and consultancy scientific work.

Dr Biddy Unsworth, Subject Group Leader for Health Sciences said. “The labs are a huge asset to our University and will benefit over 500 students in this year alone.”

Leeds Metropolitan University’s Faculty of Health provides a variety of courses in Biomedical Sciences. Graduates from the University often enter scientific career paths such as research and development in the pharmaceutical industry, microbiology, medical writing and medical sales. Qualified Biomedical Scientists are also employed in the NHS, Health Protection Agency and private sector laboratories in a variety of roles, including clinical trials.

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