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Biomedical Scientists

#1
I know we have some who post on here, I would like to ask a question that I think is related to your trade. Do you "do" histopathology? Preparation of samples etc? If not, do we have a CEG that does this or is it all outsourced?Many thanks
 
#2
Yes it is related to our trade but no we do not specialise in Histo. A few have worked in Histo when we had Haslar but now it is dealt with by the NHS.
 
#3
This threads a bit old, but it relates to Biomedical Scientists so what the hell,
Is there any role that relates to what a Biomedical Engineer does in the armed forces? As in involved in the research and fitting of prosthetic limbs etc, I believe you generally do a 3 year Bsc in Mech. Engineering then a 1 year Masters? in Bioengineering at Uni, but I can't find anything related to it to do with the military itself. It appears that most of the Biomedicine related jobs are pathological, and I was wondering if all that sort of work is outsourced
 
#5
This threads a bit old, but it relates to Biomedical Scientists so what the hell,
Is there any role that relates to what a Biomedical Engineer does in the armed forces? As in involved in the research and fitting of prosthetic limbs etc, I believe you generally do a 3 year Bsc in Mech. Engineering then a 1 year Masters? in Bioengineering at Uni, but I can't find anything related to it to do with the military itself. It appears that most of the Biomedicine related jobs are pathological, and I was wondering if all that sort of work is outsourced
Nothing to do with our trade whatsoever sorry.
 

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