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BMS

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Bachelor of Marine Science
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SANDRA BROWN, 54, BIOMEDICAL SCIENTIST, BRIDGE OF DON I DON'T have a garden so I don't have to pay it, but I don't think it should be a thing at all.
Paul Drew, senior chief biomedical scientist at NHS Grampian, said: "It was a pleasure to welcome school pupils to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary and give them a glimpse of the exciting world we work in.
The six-year-old from Haugh of Urr finished his treatment for acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in October and the visit was a chance to meet specialist biomedical scientist Keith Middlemiss who was part of the team in the lab that diagnosed Cupar's condition.
A CHIEF biomedical scientist at a major hospital trust is due to face a tribunal after allegedly drinking on the job.
The source of the information is Amir Attaran, a biomedical scientist and University of Ottawa law professor with knowledge of the situation.
However, I do not view myself as a typical biomedical scientist anymore.
A BIOMEDICAL scientist who faced misconduct charges after referring to an NHS committee as "evil" on Facebook has been told she has to comply with a six month "conditions of practice" order.
Bangor University researcher Merfyn Williams, who also works as a Senior Biomedical Scientist for Public Health Wales, is contributing to the battle against antibiotic resistance by trying to nd a quick and ecient test that would identify bacterial strains that carry antibiotic resistant genes.
My training as a biomedical scientist, and experiences in the medical education and professional development arenas, will serve the GFA well during this time of educational and health care reform."
Kim, a biomedical scientist at a Sunderland hospital, faced an anxious wait as brave Hollie went through a series of MRI scans and biopsies only for consultants to realise she did not have cancer after all.
Senior biomedical scientist Azra Khan is part of a team of doctors, nurses and teachers working at St Theresa's hospital in the village of Nandom, Ghana.
Most readers of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette would have had no reason to recognize or resonate with the death of the biomedical scientist Elwood Jensen, reported recently in the New York Times.

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