Episode 36: The Importance of Resiliency and Self-Awareness in your Lab Career (featuring Sean McNair)
In this episode, co-hosts Stephanie Whitehead and Tywauna Wilson talk with Sean McNair, MPH, CT(ASCP) about his professional journey and the themes of resiliency and self awareness that he has experienced throughout his career.
Tune in as Sean details how he has used innovation and flexibility to make an impact in the cytopathology community and the laboratory medicine profession!
Special Guest Bio:
Sean McNair, MPH, CT(ASCP) has been the Cytology Education Coordinator for the Department of Pathology at MSK since 2015. His responsibilities include coordination of the Cytology Staff Conference series, and coordination of Cytology Service educational activities. He also provides educational content to Cytopathology fellows and participates in Cytology clinical service duties. Mr. McNair is also the Program Director for the Advanced Certificate in Cytotechnology for Hunter College, a collaborative Cytotechnology training program in which the students are trained exclusively at MSK. Mr. McNair has overseen the evolution and transition of the Memorial Sloan Kettering School of Cytotechnology, which existed for over 50 years and has provided MSK and neighboring institutions with highly skilled Cytotechnologists. Outside of MSK, Mr. McNair is actively in several professional societies, including the ASCP and ASC as a committee member, working to continue to drive the evolution of today’s Cytotechnologist to tomorrow’s Pathology professional. Mr. McNair completed his Cytology training at the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, and subsequently completed his MPH in Health Policy and Management.
Listeners can connect with Sean McNair at:
LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sean-mcnair-5412511b/
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