Hey all,

A request just came across my desk that I'd like to pass along to the TuDiabetes community, in case it might be a good opportunity for someone here.  A large IVD company is looking for an expert to help them with a project exploring a technology that relates to blood draws.  They want someone with market experience related to blood acquisition or phlebotomy -- someone who has been involved in similar marketing studies would be the ideal.


If you know someone who is an expert in this type of market research who might be interested in providing guidance for such a study, please send an email to donna.esq@verion.net.

Tags: IVD, blood, employment, job, marketing, phlebotomy

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Not trying to belittle this post and I hope it will help someone but I do find it sort of amusing. I don’t know of any other group that is more familiar with blood letting. Whether it’s a trip to the phlebotomist for blood test or our own multiple bg tests daily I think we are all blood acquisition experts.

Sorry Emily I just couldn’t help myself.

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