microscopist


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mi·cros·co·py

 (mī-krŏs′kə-pē)
n. pl. mi·cros·co·pies
1.
a. The study of microscopes.
b. The use of microscopes.
2. Investigation employing a microscope.

mi·cros′co·pist n.
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Noun1.microscopist - a scientist who specializes in research with the use of microscopesmicroscopist - a scientist who specializes in research with the use of microscopes
scientist - a person with advanced knowledge of one or more sciences
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To an understanding familiar with the relativity of magnitude and distance the spaces and masses of the astronomer would be no more impressive than those of the microscopist. For anything we know to the contrary, the visible universe may be a small part of an atom, with its component ions, floating in the life- fluid (luminiferous ether) of some animal.
On May 16, the speaker will be Skip Palenik, an American analytical microscopist,
Monica Tromp, a microscopist at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, used scanning electron microscopy to show that the pigment had all the chemical elements of lapis lazuli.
Senior Microscopist, Malaria Control Program Karachi, Mohammad Minhaj, said at least 60,815 malaria-suspected cases were reported at 32 microscopic centers established in public sectors hospitals of Karachi from 1st January to August 31, 2018 out of which 1,882 were diagnosed malaria, while no any death was reported from malaria so far in the city.
Senior Microscopist, Malaria Control Program Karachi, Mohammad Minhaj, said at least 60, 815 malaria suspected cases were reported at 32 microscopic centers established in public sectors hospitals of Karachi from 1st January to August 31, 2018 out of which 1, 882 were diagnosed malaria, while no any death was reported from malaria so far in the city.
Because he had a high-school degree, he was trained to be a microscopist.
For quality assurance when conducting microscopy, two trained microscopists viewed each blood film before declaring the slide positive or negative but when conflicting results arose, a third senior microscopist was used.
This performance may be explained by the fact that the LNSP is the national site for microscopist training and as such having qualified trainers and technicians who are also working in parasitological diagnostic routine.
It has been predicted that the algorithms used in AlphaGo "will be incredibly useful in medical research, diagnosis, [and] complex treatment planning" (5)--which is where the future of the microscopist comes in.
i'VE LEARNED as a microscopist that art can be a great tool for communicating science, technology, engineering and maths because of its capacity to engage and inspire.
Although cheap, specific, and sensitive this procedure requires an expert microscopist and may become unreliable, time-consuming, and laborious at low parasite densities of <1000 parasites/[micro]l [11].