CLS Faculty and Facilities
Ms. Janis Glatzel
Major Disciplines: Hematology & Immunohematology
C.V. (pdf) coming soon
CLS Main Office
- Lissell Archer, St. Rose Siena
- Jennifer Berger-Ritchie, St. Rose San Martin
- Deborah Ellis, Southern Nevada Mental Health Hospital
- Karyon Laoye, University Medical Center
- Dana Layton, Sunrise Medical Center
- Jennifer Matera, Quest Diagnostics Laboratory
Each clinical laboratory sciences faculty member brings to the program a combination of academic expertise and on-the-job experience in one of the many areas of specialization available in the clinical laboratory science field.
Because of the highly intense and technical training students must receive, class sizes are kept small to allow professors and students a great deal of one-on-one interaction. The ratio of students to faculty members is about 15-to-1.
CLS PROGRAM LABORATORY FACILITIES
BHS 117 CLS Teaching Laboratory 1050 sq.ft. This is the primary teaching laboratory for the CLS Program. It holds 24 students per course section with materials and equipment sufficient for teaching laboratory competencies in the disciplines of immunohematology, hematology, hemostasis, microbiology, chemistry, urinalysis, body fluids analysis, and immunology.
BHS 118 CLS Instrumentation Laboratory 655 sq.ft. This laboratory contains state-of-the-art laboratory equipment including clinical chemistry and hematology analyzers, blood bank gel system technology, coagulation instrumentation, nephlometer, flow cytometer, ELISA/RIA analyzer, an automated microbiology identification system, horizontal and vertical electrophoresis systems, and various manual spectrophotometers.
BHS 120 CLS Preparation Laboratory 480 sq.ft. This laboratory contains a chemical storage room along with storage for corrosives and flammable substances as well as the water purification system for all the labs in BHS. There is also storage for laboratory glassware and other materials used in both teaching and research.
BHS 122 CLS Research and Research Support Laboratory 620 sq.ft. This newly remodeled laboratory houses the Clinical Research Core Laboratory which provides laboratory testing for research projects associated with the Division of Health Sciences and interdisciplinary research involving the College of Sciences and the College of Engineering. For additional information regarding laboratory tests available, selection of appropriate testing for your research design and purpose, and descriptions of protocols for IRB for your research projects, please contact Dr. Deborah Keil.