Contact your local State Director for current workshop and seminar information in your area.
Jyl Madlem, MS, MT(AMT)
Indiana State Dept of Health Labs
550 W. 16th Street, Suite B
Indianapolis, IN 46202 46202
Phone: W: (317) 921-5574
Baptist Health Floyd
Phone: W: (812) 948-7454
Phone: W: (847) 349-7150
O'Neill, Jennifer, MLS, B.Sc
Loyola University Medical Center
Phone: W: (708) 216-3954
Ribes, Julie Ribes, MD, PhD
University of Kentucky, Chandler Medical Center & KY State Dept of HealthInst
Work: W: (859) 323-1368
Inst: Grand Valley State University Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences
301 Michigan St. NE Room 430
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-3314
Soehnlen, Marty, , Ph.D., MPH
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services,
Bureau of Laboratories
3350 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd,
PO Box 30035, Lansing, MI 48909 48909
Phone: W: (517) 335-8064
Inst: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
3333 Burnet Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45229 45229
Phone: W: (513) 636-7658 C: (513) 236-4460
Rocco LaSala MD, D(ABMM) W:
One Medical Center Dr., Morgantown, WV 26506-8009
26506 WVUH Clinical Labs, Box 8009
Roberta McDaniel W:
CAMC Memorial Hospital
3200 MacCorkle Avenue SE,
Charleston, WV 25304 25304
Work: (304) 388-9353
Wisconsin Diagnostic Labs
Phone: W: (414) 805-7589
The website below summarizes the recent addition of Bacillus cereus biovar anthracis to the select agent list. The information outlines for the LRN Sentinel Laboratories characteristics and current status of the organism with regard to referral to the next level, State Health Laboratory.
The CLSI Subcommittee on Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing published its second issue of “CLSI AST News Update”. The content is designed to bring you up to date on current issues in AST and contains links to a variety of resources including protocols and log sheets.
To help with a dissertation in Health Administration from Central Michigan, please take this survey regarding how easy and how difficult the biochemical tests are associated with ruling out or referring. Also, how easy and how difficult identification is of the individual organisms. The current version of the survey is at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TZTKGVS is you would like to take a look. Thank you for your time and any help would be greatly appreciated!
Starting June 14,2017:
Take your professional development to the next level with ASM’s new webinar series! “Molecular Diagnostics: Applications for the Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases” will provide an in-depth review of current trends and challenges associated with molecular diagnostic methods as they are used in the clinical microbiology laboratory.
Congratulations to our own Mike Brandon for winning the Scherago-Rubin award for ASM Microbe 2017.
•The Microbiology world is mourning the loss of Dr. Paul Schreckenberger, our dear friend, esteemed colleague, and longtime SCACM member. He will be sorely missed
•ASM and CLSI is hosting a five-part course titled “An ASM-CLSI Webinar Series on Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing: Part 2 - “Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing: Mechanisms of Resistance, Antimicrobial Stewardship, and Infection Prevention”. starting March 1.
•SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTOR to CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY AWARD:
2017 recipientBrian J. Harrington, PhD
•2016 recipientMary Plenzler Significan Contributor to Clinical Microbiology Award Nomination Form
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Jerry Wheatley - Jasper, Indiana
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