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Instructor, Applied Health Sciences

Health Science Campus

I am a Medical Laboratory Scientist. My career started as a generalist and blood banker with an opportunity to precept students during their clinical rotations. Currently I work as a Flow Cytometrist. During my work I found special interest in hematology, immunology, and flow cytometry. 

  • BS, Saint Xavier University Chicago
  • MS, Loyola Univeristy Chicago 

What would you tell a student about why your field is exciting or important?

Medical Laboratory Science is an exciting field with many opportunities. It offers wide range of specializations, allowing to delve deeper into areas that interest student the most. Whether it is Hematology, Chemistry, or Blood Bank one can choose and specialize in one area and become an expert in that field. Medical Laboratory Science not only allows for personal growth and development but also contributes to the overall advancement of medical science.