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HOSA Competition Judges


Northern Michigan University Radiography  Program students volunteering at Upper Peninsula Region 1 HOSA Competition.  The students were judges for creative problem solving, public health and Biomedical debate.

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19th Annual Celebration of Student Research, Creative Works and Academic Service Learning

Kelsey Mitchell, Senior, Clinical Sciences - Science Technology, submitted a poster on Method Validation in the Clinical Laboratory. Method validation is performed in the clinical laboratory each time a new methodology or instrumentation is put into place.  The goal of a validation study is to determine the degree of error that established by the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act (CLIA '88) Final Rule which require that laboratories verify, among several items, the precision and accuracy of laboratory methods implemented after April 24, 2003. 

Tony Treloar, Junior, CLS Microbiology concentration, submitted a poster on Laser-Based Rapid Identification of Bacterial Pathogens along with Kaylagh Hollen, Senior, Biology.  The Sharp laboratory at NMU will be collaborating with Micro Identification Technologies (MIT) to expand their technology to identify and differentiate Staphylococcus aureus, and methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).  The goals are to determine the light scattering patterns for S aureus and MRSA, and then utilize that data to identify these pathogens in clinical samples. 



Patricia Rempala, Sophomore, Clinical Sciences-Clinical Laboratory Science, submitted a poster on Designing an Intraoperative Assay to Detect the IDH-1 Mutation and MGMT Methylation in Glioblastoma.  The purpose of this study was to develop a rapid intraoperative PCR assay (<25 minutes) to detect the IDH-1 mutation and the MGMT methylation status in glioblastomas.  This genetic information will allow the neurosurgeon to determine an individualized treatment plan for the patient during surgery.


Master of Science in Clinical Molecular Genetics

Econo fundsClinical molecular diagnostics is the future of the healthcare industry. Our clinical molecular genetics program is designed to provide a rigorous graduate level education for clinical laboratory scientists and biologists in the field of molecular diagnostics. Learn more about the master's degree program here.                

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