Malissa Norfolk

Full Time Lecturer

Medical Laboratory Science

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Education

2018University of Massachusetts DartmouthMBA
2010University of Massachusetts DartmouthBS MLS

Teaching

  • Hematology
  • Hemostasis
  • Body Fluid Analysis
  • Freshmen Success

Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

Specialty areas, professional issues, career mobility and an introduction to the university and its facilities presented in lectures, field trips and laboratory experiences. Student Resource Center facilities will be utilized during class time.

Specialty areas, professional issues, career mobility and an introduction to the university and its facilities presented in lectures, field trips and laboratory experiences. Student Resource Center facilities will be utilized during class time.

Introduction to the pathophysiology of anemias, leukocyte dyscrasias and disorders. Topics may include bone marrow activity, cell energetics, testing protocols and examples of various modalities of therapy. Enrollment requires a minimum grade of C- in all MLS courses.

Subjects include the analysis and clinical correlation of quantitative and qualitative variations in blood. Blood cell and other formed element morphology, the dynamics of coagulation, processing and evaluation of human bone marrow, quality control and laboratory safety will be studied. Enrollment requires a minimum grade of C- in all MLS courses.

Subjects include the analysis and clinical correlation of quantitative and qualitative variations in blood. Blood cell and other formed element morphology, the dynamics of coagulation, processing and evaluation of human bone marrow, quality control and laboratory safety will be studied. Enrollment requires a minimum grade of C- in all MLS courses.

Research

Research interests

  • Hemostasis
  • Education

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