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Laboratory Manager - Clinical Hematology
The Manager is responsible for planning, organizing, and managing the technical and administrative aspects of the Clinical Hematology Laboratory. Responsibilities include oversight of the laboratory’s quality program, method development & implementation to support a robust menu of routine and complex hematology tests, including diagnostic flow cytometry for a growing leukemia and lymphoma program. The Manager supervises laboratory personnel and oversees financial performance for the laboratory. The Manager works collaboratively with colleagues, participates in process improvement projects, and leads staff development and engagement.
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