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The Epidemiology Program at Fred Hutch is in the process of inventorying a large collection of paraffin embedded tissue specimens. Multiple assistants are needed to help with this process.
These are part-time positions, 2-4 hours per day, 3-5 days per week. Assistants will work in teams of two to help with data entry, labeling, and organizing tissue specimens into a new storage location.
Qualified individuals must be: