N.C. public-health lab seeks to recruit students earlier

06/3/2013 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

Middle- and high-school students recently visited the North Carolina State Laboratory of Public Health, where they extracted DNA and learned about other activities they might perform if they choose a career in laboratory science and public health. Scott Zimmerman, state lab director, said reaching out to students before college may help fill a predicted workforce gap in the public-health sector.

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