A partnership between MSU Denver's medical laboratory science program (CCMLS) and the University of Colorado Colorado Springs will expand academic and clinical opportunities for students outside the Denver Metro area. Read more about this new and exciting venture.
In times of tragedy, people have to band together to work towards one cause. In this article, a medical laboratory professional describes her experiences during a recent catastrophic event in Las Vegas that required coordination from not just front-line healthcare workers but also the medical laboratory professionals that helped to coordinate the treatment of victims. Read more about the role that medical laboratory scientists played that night.....
Careers closely linked with the word "meaningful" also tend to be categorized as poorly compensated. But many of the degrees on this list provide the professionals that hold them with careers that combine a healthy financial life with a powerful sense of purpose. Read more about The Most Meaningful College Majors . At the top of the list is Medical Laboratory Science.
Join a faculty member from the Colorado Center for Medical Laboratory Science at one of our upcoming information sessions. Learn about the Medical Laboratory Science career, CCMLS' 12 month, post-baccalaureate professional certification program and job opportunities available for our graduates.
November 1, 2018 from 12:30-1:30 pm - MSU Denver Biology Department Conference Room SI2042
October 9, 2018 at 5:00 pm - CSU-Ft. Collins Microbiology Building Room A101
Congratulations Class of 2018
Medical Laboratory Science students from the Colorado Center for Medical Laboratory Science (CCMLS) present research posters at the 2018 state meeting. The Clinical Laboratory Collaborative Conference (CLCC) is a two-day professional development conference sponsored each spring by the professional societies ASCLS-CO and ASCLS-WY.
Left: 1st Place Winners - Tim Crump, Keegan Fuller and Michael Anderson
Effects of anti-TNF-alpha mAB Treatment on White Blood Cell Populations in Peripheral Blood Smears