Level of instruction: Intermediate
Intended Audience: Medical laboratory professionals and other healthcare personnel who have an interest in this subject matter. This course is also appropriate for medical laboratory science and medical laboratory technician students and pathology residents.
Author Information: Lillian Mundt, EdD, CLS(NCA)SpH, MT(ASCP)SH is an Associate Professor and Acting Department Chair in the Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences at Rosalind Franklin University. She is responsible for various courses in the graduate programs as well as departmental administration.
She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Medical Technology from Aurora College, Aurora, Illinois Her graduate work was completed at Governor's State University, University Park, Illinois, from which she received her Master of Health Science in Allied Health Professions Education; her doctorate in Educational Leadership was earned in 2007 from the University of Phoenix.
Her work experience includes a position as a medical technologist in hematology for 30 plus years at Hinsdale Hospital, Department of Pathology, where she still works on an as-needed basis. Lillian also taught at Hinsdale Hospital School of Medical Technology from 1989 until it closed in 1994.
Reviewer Information: David J. Moffa, PhD, BCLD, has over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry as an executive manager, clinical laboratory director, and medical laboratory scientist. He is currently a technical consultant for Kentmere Healthcare, Wilmington, DE, and until his retirement, was the Regional Director for LabCorp, Inc. He holds a PhD in medical biochemistry from the School of Medicine, West Virginia University.
Course Description: This course defines and provides an in depth review of hemoglobin S and discusses its related disorders,