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Randox representatives present intern, employment opportunities to students

Pictured with President Mary J.C. Hendrix (seated) are (l. to r.) Dr. Ben Martz, dean of the College of Business; Dr. Scott Beard, acting provost; Reza Mirdamadi, chair, Department of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Engineering; Dr. Dan DiLella, chair, Department of Chemistry; Lyndsay Rodgerson, senior recruitment consultant, Randox Laboratories; Rebecca Taylor, HR officer, Randox Laboratories; Dr. Robert Warburton, acting dean, College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics; Dr. Sharon Mailey, acting dean for and chair of Department of Nursing Education; and Dr. Jason Best, director, Strategic Research Initiatives.

Representatives from Randox Laboratories were on campus September 21 to meet with students in the biological, chemical, and engineering sciences, as well as students in business disciplines, in anticipation of possible internship and employment opportunities at the facility the company is currently developing in Kearneysville.

Randox is a global leader in healthcare diagnostics with more than 5 percent of the world’s population receiving medical diagnosis using Randox products each year. Randox is the largest diagnostic company from the UK and exports more than 95 percent of its products worldwide. The company’s products and services are used in hospitals, clinical, research and molecular laboratories, food testing, forensic toxicology, life sciences, and veterinary laboratories.

Students listen to the presentation by Randox.