The Department of Medical Technology is within the College of Health Sciences
The Medical Technology major was established at the University of Delaware in 1948, with the first class of three students beginning their professional
studies in 1949. Medical Technology is clinical laboratory science related to the prevention, diagnosis, and therapy of disease. The Medical Technology curriculum
is a four-year undergraduate, professional program, accredited by the National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS). The major prepares
students for career entry into the medical laboratory profession. Professor Anna Ciulla, M.C.C., MLS(ASCP)cm
SC, CC(NRCC) is the Chairperson for the Department of Medical
Technology. Mark L. Mitchell, M.D. is an Adjunct Associate Professor and the Medical Director for the program.