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Subspecialties Microbiology and immunology, Clinical care, Profession

A Win-Win-Win Situation

My hospital specializes in pediatric medicine, which means that our patients – and thus our jobs – are unique. The lab at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) offers a wide range of specialized clinical laboratory services to both support the tertiary services our hospital provides and to act as a specialist referral center for institutions around the world. For me, that involves carrying out routine and specialist analytical testing on patient biological samples to help clinicians diagnose, treat, and monitor recovery from infectious diseases. My colleagues and I use tailor-made equipment and technologies to test a vast range of biological samples, including extraordinarily small sample volumes from some of our youngest patients.

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Bamidele Farinre

Senior Biomedical Scientist and STEM Ambassador, London, UK.

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