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Dear Professor Saro-Wiwa,
I am very interested in the medical research assistant position in the immunization department at Queensborough Medical. The focus of my career has been immunology and genetics and I have followed your work in this field since I began operating professionally in the field six years ago. I believe my experiences and diligence in medical research would be beneficial to all your projects.
With a degree in Medical Biochemistry I have laboratory experience in conducting cell culture assays processing blood samples analyzing DNA sequences performing polymerase chain reactions protein purification spectrophotometry and electrophoresis. I am also quite adept at performing statistical analysis using bioinformatics and documenting experiment results and sample details. I have prepared pro forma reports for other specialists and pathology labs. In my work as a medical research assistant I have a reputation for conducting highly received seminars and presentations in immunology and the latest developments and expectations in the field. In fact you may recall attending one in 2006 at Alton Hall for the Students’ Chemistry Society in Tennessee.
As you have already noted I am experienced and enthused about being a medical research assistant. But my resume cannot express how excited I am about being a part of your institute. Only a person-to-person interview can do that.
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