Episode 20 – A “FYI” on LDTs (featuring Michelle Campbell)
For many labs, validating their own laboratory-developed tests (LDTs) is the best solution to provide innovative, niche laboratory results in a rapidly changing healthcare environment.
In this episode, Stephanie Whitehead had the privilege of interviewing Michelle Campbell, MS, MLS(ASCP) MB, SC – an accomplished laboratory diagnostic development scientist (and medical laboratory professional) with expertise in developing and implementing laboratory-developed tests (LDTs).
Tune in as Michelle discusses the importance of leveraging validated LDTs to help drive innovation, patient safety and quality outcomes. Listeners are sure to gain valuable insights into tips on developing new tests to meet the evolving needs of your patients!
Special Gues Bio:
Laboratory diagnostic development scientist and medical laboratory professional with experience in clinical laboratory, academic medical center, and industry settings with expertise in clinical chemistry, immunology, molecular diagnostics and mass spectrometry. ASCP certified Specialist in Chemistry (SC), Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS), and Technologist in Molecular Biology (MB). Part-time educator (course development and delivery) of graduate studies in biostatistics and laboratory method evaluation.
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