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The Experimental Histopathology Laboratory is recruiting a Part-Time Lab Aide I to provide basic support to the laboratory (15 hours per week). This may include assisting with specimen log-in and processing, slide and cassette printing, microtomy and routine histology, billing, basic administrative tasks, and performing general lab maintenance/upkeep.