Clinical laboratory scientists make the practice of modern medicine possible. Using state-of-the-art equipment and computer technology, they perform a wide array of complex laboratory procedures which are essential to a patient's medical care. New and emerging technologies are constantly expanding the role of the Clinical Laboratory Scientist.
Trained clinical laboratory scientists have a wide array of careers open to them. They may work in one of the five major areas of the medical laboratory: blood banking, chemistry, hematology, immunology, microbiology, etc. Or, they may use their training to pursue a career in higher education, research science, industry, health care administration, medicine, marketing, nursing, or law.Programs: