Microbiology related companies in Michigan
G.Hogben at btinternet.com
Sun Jan 7 13:15:14 EST 2001
I may be a bit past it here but don't Gelman have an office in Ann Arbor?
Lots of filtration stuff for micro.
Whats is all this about a shortage of micro staff in the states. Is it worth
marty <marty38 at aol.com> wrote in message
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> In article <i1H46.1021$fj6.78299 at bgtnsc05-news.ops.worldnet.att.net>,
> "Jimbo in Limbo" <jfete at worldnet.att.net> wrote:
> > You can work for any company in the world, and (if you wish) stay in
> > Michigan. Forget the labs! You're young. The key word is "sales".
> > All
> > of the bioscience/medical/scientific industries are always looking for
> > good
> > salespeople. Find any related industry looking for a rep in the area
> > you
> > wish to reside. (Stay away from pharmaceutical sales.) Get two or
> > years sales experience and you can write your own ticket.
> > good luck.
> > Jim
> > "Sesoku" <fraszcod at pilot.msu.edu> wrote in message
> > news:91s4fr$17up$1 at msunews.cl.msu.edu...
> > > Hey everyone,
> > > I am starting to look for a job for after my graduation in May. I
> > have
> > > a BS in Microbiology from MSU. I just want to know the names of any
> > > micro
> > > related companies and businesses in Michigan that I can look up some
> > > more
> > > information on. I already know about Upjohn, Neogen, and Pfizer.
> > > Please
> > > email any ideas directly to me. Thanks a lot for all of your help.
> > > Sincerely,
> > > Cody
> > > fraszcod at msu.edu
> > >
> > >
> Check a website called biospace.com.....
> Don't limit yourself to bacteriology.....your degree also qualifies you
> for other types of work....molecular biology...cell biology....to name a
> few. The field of medical technology requires ASCP certification, but
> check with local med techs to see if you can work toward certification
> while you work. Quite a few years ago, I took a bacti job at a major
> medical center with just a BS in Micro. I studied and took the
> Microbiology Specialist test and got my certification as a clinical
> microbiologist. I don't know if doing it that way is still possible.
> Contact private testing labs....biological and chemical....
> Check with the state and local health departments....
> Sales is a possibility, but most companies prefer someone a bit older
> than a new graduate....with developed "people skills" and some practical
> Good Luck....
> mgross at atcc.org
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