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Some 17% of respondents were certified as Clinical Laboratory Scientists, and 13% as Medical Laboratory Scientists.
And, there are many automated point-of-care testing platforms which allow clinical laboratory scientists to perform basic polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based tests on nucleic acid samples extracted from a variety of tissues.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- To address the shortage of clinical laboratory scientists across the nation, industry and education are partnering to build a pathway for students from middle school to adulthood to foster interest, skills, and degrees in healthcare.
A former president of the North American Chinese Clinical Chemists Association (NACCCA), an international society of clinical laboratory scientists of Asian descent that facilitates scientific exchange and collaboration among laboratory professionals in North America and the Asia-Pacific region, Dr.
Jean Grant is a retired clinical laboratory scientist who lives in Santa Rosa, Calif.
Like past editions, this detailed reference text should be a valuable addition to the book collections of most practicing laboratorians, particularly pathologists, clinical laboratory scientists, laboratory directors, managers, and supervisory personnel.
Jerry Hurst is a certified public health microbiologist who has worked as a licensed Clinical Laboratory Scientist in all specialties (e.
2% of respondents were certified as Clinical Laboratory Scientists, and 12.