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Medical Laboratory Science News

Sharie Mae David, senior Medical Laboratory Science major, was the recipient of one of only five American Proficiency Institute (API) scholarships awarded in 2015. ...Click here to read more.

Two of the Medical Laboratory Science seniors, Class of 2016 received scholarships this year. ...Click here to read more.

 

Ms. Betty Ciesla, M.S. MT(ASCP)SHCM, professor in the MLS program, received the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Board of Governors Award in June for her four years of service as Chair of the Hematology Examination Committee of the Board of Certification, which reviews the hematology examinations and makes recommendations for new test items....Click here to read more.

Ever wonder what the MT(ASCP) or MLS(ASCP)CM stands for at the end of a person’s name? Seeing this informs you that an individual is a certified Medical Technologist (MT) or Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS) by the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Board of Certification (BOC).

The ASCP-BOC is the oldest and largest certification agency for laboratory professionals. Since it was founded in 1928, the BOC has certified more than 490,000 individuals and has become the gold standard for certification of clinical laboratory personnel (www.ascp.org/Board-Of-Certification).

(ASCP)CM initials after an individual’s name, indicates voluntary participation in the Certification Maintenance Program (CMP) or required participation for those who were newly certified beginning January 1, 2004. The CMP provides educational and learning opportunities to promote professional competency (www.ascp.org/Board-of-Certification/Certification-Maintenance-Program-CMP).

Why the need for certification? Being a laboratory professional comes with the responsibility in providing excellent and high quality laboratory results for our patients…so get certified! To find out how to become eligible for certification, go to www.ascp.org/Board-of-Certification/GetCertified#tabs-1

 
 
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