Mary Ann McLane, PhD, MLS(ASCP)cm
- Professor in the Medical Laboratory Sciences Department at the
University of Delaware.
- President of the American
Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (2009-10), installed in Chicago at
our annual meeting, July 25, 2009
- Office: Willard Hall Education Building room 305G; office 302-831-8737; fax 302-831-4180
- Teaching expertise: Clinical Chemistry,
Urinalysis and Body
Fluids, Laboratory Mathematics, Medical Terminology and Professional Development
- View the photo gallery from trips made to Washington DC for the annual ASCLS Legislative Symposium: www.flickr.com/photos/115385689@N08/
- Certification Review seminars to prepare students to take
national certification exams: answers to my most recent review are here.
- Research: Evidence-Based Medicine, the connection between diagnostic lab tests and patient outcomes; The
structural basis for potency and receptor selectivity of a group of snake
venom proteins (the disintegrins) which can affect many cellular processes,
such as blood clotting and cancer metastasis
- Presentation on patient
- Presentations for the 2005 ASCLS annual meeting in
Orlando; presentations 1 and 2 for the ISTH
meeting in Sydney Australia.
- Presentation for the 2006 CLEC
meeting in San Antonio TX; appendix2
- Answers to the lipids-blood gas quizzes,
- Read my articles/abstracts:
- Katz C, McNichols K, Bounds R, Figurelle T, Jones C, Farley H, Witkin G, McLane MA, Johnson SR. The ALERT system improves patient safety by enhanced communication between emergency department clinicians and medical laboratory staff.
- Hailey S, Adams E, Penn R, Wong A, McLane MA. Effect of the disintegrin eristostatin on melanoma-natural killer cell interactions.
R, Fenn JA, Freeman V, McCoy C, McLane MA, Mudnt L, Polancic J,
Randolph T, Shanahan K. Research in Clinical Labroatory Science:
Professionals' Education Preparation.
in health and disease
- Inhibition of lung
tumor colonization and cell migration with the disintegrin crotatroxin 2
isolated from the venom of Crotalus atrox
and standardization committee communications: classification and
nomenclature of disintegrins isolated from snake venoms
Medical Laboratory Sciences department
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