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Clinical laboratory science, the study and practice of diagnostic laboratory medicine, is a dynamic health care profession. Clinical laboratory professionals provide 70% of the critical objective information for diagnosis, treatment and preventative health care. These individuals analyze body tissues and fluids using complex instrumentation, sophisticated techniques and specialized knowledge. http://www.ascls.org/

 

Professor Wade Redman

Welcome to the online clinical laboratory science program! Also, on behalf of the faculty, congratulations on your decision to enter into the exciting field of laboratory science.  Did you know there are some exciting things happening in our profession? I encourage you to go to this website to learn more http://www.ascls.org/ . Our profession is always changing and one of the new terms you may hear is “medical laboratory scientist” instead of clinical laboratory science or medical technologist. I look forward to working with each of you as you progress through the curriculum and develop into the next generation of medical laboratory scientists. This program is accredited by:

National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences
5600 N River Rd
Suite 720
Rosemont, IL 60018

773.714.8880
773.714.8886 (FAX)

Notes From the Director

*If you are going to miss a deadline due to illness or a special circumstance, you MUST contact the course instructor as outlined in the syllabus for each course PRIOR to missing the deadline to inform them of your circumstance. Extended illness will require documentation from a physician or clinic. Failure to call or provide documentation will result in a “zero” for missed assignments and exams.

*It is VERY IMPORTANT that you read the syllabus for each class. This will enable you to develop a weekly schedule of assignment due dates and understand the organization of each course. Please do not hesitate to contact me, Wade Redman wade.redman@ttuhsc.edu, Frank Mack frank.mack@ttuhsc.edu, or Lea Davidson lea.davidson@ttuhsc.edu (or call 806 743-4473) if you have questions or concerns. In addition if you have questions regarding preceptorship please contact Jacquie Chestnutt jacquie.chestnutt@ttuhsc.edu, or for immunizations contact Nicole Hines at 806-743-3019 or nicole.hines@ttuhsc.edu.

Wade Redman, MBA, MT (ASCP) DLM, Program Director

 

Our Team

Wade Redman, MBA, MT(ASCP)DLM
Program Director, Assistant Professor

Lori Rice-Spearman, Ph.D., MT(ASCP),
Associate Dean SOAHS,
Professor

Barbara Sawyer, Ph.D., MLS(ASCP), MB(ASCP)
Professor

Joel Hubbard, Ph.D., MT(ASCP)
Associate Professor

Lynne Hamilton, Ph.D., MT(ASCP)
Assistant Professor

Katie Bennett, Ph.D., MB (ASCP), NRCC-CC
Assistant Professor

Jacquie Chestnutt, M.S., MT(ASCP), MB(ASCP)
Academic Instructor/Clinical Education Coordinator

Ericka Hendrix, M.S., MB(ASCP)CM
MP Program Director
Assistant Professor

Tammy Carter, Ph.D., MT(ASCP)
Assistant Professor

Brooke Stewart, M.S., MB(ASCP), MLS(ASCP)
Laboratory Manager/Phlebotomy Instructor

Gretchen Moore, MT(ASCP),
Assistant Laboratory Manager

Jenny Bonner
Unit Coordinator

Dina Barhorst
Affiliate Coordinator

Lea Davidson
Unit Coordinator
CLS Online Programs

Cindy Parnell
Unit Coordinator
CLS Traditional Programs

Frank C Mack
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