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Med Lab Scientists: Unsung heroes in diagnosing COVID-19:

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  • Beyanka Langhorne, a senior medical laboratory science major, has accepted a job as a medical technologist in the blood bank laboratory at Nemours Children’s Health

    Unsung Heroes: Medical Lab Science grads in high demand

    April 27, 2022 | Written by Amy Cherry
    When you go to the doctor’s office or a lab for bloodwork, you meet a nurse or phlebotomist, who draws your blood. But the person you’ll probably never meet, the medical laboratory scientist, will be the first to know whether you have high cholesterol, diabetes, COVID-19, or a variety of other conditions.
  • New Approach to Reduce Antibiotic Dependency Against Diseases

    April 08, 2022 | Written by Colin Heffinger
    Vijay Parashar, assistant professor in the Department of Medical and Molecular Sciences, has used biochemistry, structural biology and molecular genetics to investigate the mechanisms bacterial proteins use for the development of diseases.
  • From Ideas to Impact: CHS Research Day

    March 21, 2022 | Written by Colin Heffinger
    The College of Health Sciences hosted its 2022 CHS Research Day on Wednesday, March 9 at the Audion of the STAR Campus. Well over a hundred posters were lined along the halls spanning throughout the STAR Campus across two separate poster sessions.