Medical Laboratory Sciences Teaching Specialists
The MLS program is seeking candidates to help support on campus laboratory teaching courses. Teaching specialists are usually current practitioners in one or more disciplines within MLS, who can help bring current practice knowledge into the teaching laboratory. Three to 10 hours per week for one semester depending on your work schedule and our course schedule. We accept applications continuously throughout the year. Click to view more about these positions. To apply, visit the U of MN employment system and search for position #306077.
APHL–CDC Antimicrobial Resistance Fellowship Program
The growing threat of antimicrobial resistance (AR) to the nation’s health has led the White House to launch the initiative to Combat Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria (CARB). In response, the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) and CDC are seeking graduates of microbiology, molecular biology and related programs who are interested in applying their skills and expertise to work to combat this growing threat. Click to view more information.
Lighthouse Lab Services
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Center for Allied Health Programs
|Janice Conway-Klaassen, PhD, MT(ASCP)SM, FACSc
Program Director/Search Committee Chair
Why MLS at the U of M?
Since it began in 1922, the Medical Laboratory Sciences Program at the University of Minnesota has been a leader in the profession. Find out why.
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What is CAHP?
The Center for Allied Health Programs (CAHP) was established in 2006 as an academic structure to foster innovation and collaboration in the development of digital pathways towards educating the next generation of allied health professionals, and to address Minnesota's projected statewide shortages in the allied health professions. Read more...
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