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Davis, Diane

Faculty, Medical Laboratory Science Program Director, Health Sciences
Devilbiss Science Hall (DH) 312B
410-548-4787 or ext 84787
dldavissalisburyedu
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2014 Spring

  • MDTC 341-010 CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY I
    Clinical analytes assayed on a routine basis in the clinical chemistry laboratory. Normal physiology and change of analyte in disease are presented related to carbohydrate, protein and mineral metabolism, liver, cardiac and pancreatic function, enzymology, electrolyte and acid-base balance; blood gases; body fluid analysis; and evaluation of kidney function via chemical and microscopic methods. Prerequisite: MDTC 300 and 331 or permission of instructor. Four hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 403-010 URINE & BODY FLUIDS ANALYSIS
    Advanced study of the physical, chemical and microscopic analysis of urine and body fluids under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists in a clinical setting. Students apply knowledge of prerequisite coursework to daily operation to include instrumentation, quality assurance and significance of normal and abnormal results. Prerequisites: MDTC 341 and consent of instructor. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 403-020 URINE & BODY FLUIDS ANALYSIS
    Advanced study of the physical, chemical and microscopic analysis of urine and body fluids under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists in a clinical setting. Students apply knowledge of prerequisite coursework to daily operation to include instrumentation, quality assurance and significance of normal and abnormal results. Prerequisites: MDTC 341 and consent of instructor. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 403-030 URINE & BODY FLUIDS ANALYSIS
    Advanced study of the physical, chemical and microscopic analysis of urine and body fluids under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists in a clinical setting. Students apply knowledge of prerequisite coursework to daily operation to include instrumentation, quality assurance and significance of normal and abnormal results. Prerequisites: MDTC 341 and consent of instructor. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 403-040 URINE & BODY FLUIDS ANALYSIS
    Advanced study of the physical, chemical and microscopic analysis of urine and body fluids under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists in a clinical setting. Students apply knowledge of prerequisite coursework to daily operation to include instrumentation, quality assurance and significance of normal and abnormal results. Prerequisites: MDTC 341 and consent of instructor. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 413-010 CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    Advanced study of diagnostic immunology in a clinical setting under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists. Students apply knowledge of prerequisite coursework to problems of instrumentation, quality assurance and significance of normal and abnormal results. Prerequisites: MDTC 331, 411 and consent of instructor. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 413-020 CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    Advanced study of diagnostic immunology in a clinical setting under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists. Students apply knowledge of prerequisite coursework to problems of instrumentation, quality assurance and significance of normal and abnormal results. Prerequisites: MDTC 331, 411 and consent of instructor. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 413-030 CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    Advanced study of diagnostic immunology in a clinical setting under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists. Students apply knowledge of prerequisite coursework to problems of instrumentation, quality assurance and significance of normal and abnormal results. Prerequisites: MDTC 331, 411 and consent of instructor. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 413-040 CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    Advanced study of diagnostic immunology in a clinical setting under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists. Students apply knowledge of prerequisite coursework to problems of instrumentation, quality assurance and significance of normal and abnormal results. Prerequisites: MDTC 331, 411 and consent of instructor. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 442-010 AUTOMATED CLINICAL CHEMIST
    Advanced study of clinical chemistry, respiratory therapy and computer operations in a clinical setting under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists. Students apply knowledge from prerequisite courses to the operation of automated and manual equipment, troubleshooting, assessment of normal and abnormal values as related to routine analyte pathology, assurance of accuracy and precision of laboratory data. Prerequisites: MDTC 341, 441. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 442-020 AUTOMATED CLINICAL CHEMIST
    Advanced study of clinical chemistry, respiratory therapy and computer operations in a clinical setting under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists. Students apply knowledge from prerequisite courses to the operation of automated and manual equipment, troubleshooting, assessment of normal and abnormal values as related to routine analyte pathology, assurance of accuracy and precision of laboratory data. Prerequisites: MDTC 341, 441. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 442-030 AUTOMATED CLINICAL CHEMIST
    Advanced study of clinical chemistry, respiratory therapy and computer operations in a clinical setting under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists. Students apply knowledge from prerequisite courses to the operation of automated and manual equipment, troubleshooting, assessment of normal and abnormal values as related to routine analyte pathology, assurance of accuracy and precision of laboratory data. Prerequisites: MDTC 341, 441. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 442-040 AUTOMATED CLINICAL CHEMIST
    Advanced study of clinical chemistry, respiratory therapy and computer operations in a clinical setting under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists. Students apply knowledge from prerequisite courses to the operation of automated and manual equipment, troubleshooting, assessment of normal and abnormal values as related to routine analyte pathology, assurance of accuracy and precision of laboratory data. Prerequisites: MDTC 341, 441. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 443-010 SPECIAL CLINICAL CHEMISTRY
    Advanced instruction and laboratory experience in specialized clinical chemistry. Lecture and laboratory conducted in a clinical laboratory under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists. Students apply knowledge of prerequisite coursework to the daily operation of the clinical laboratory to include operation of automated and manual equipment, troubleshooting, assessment of normal and abnormal laboratory data as related to pathology for analytes measured on a non-routine basis. Study of specialized procedures involving endocrinology and therapeutic drug monitoring. Prerequisites: MDTC 341, 441. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 443-020 SPECIAL CLINICAL CHEMISTRY
    Advanced instruction and laboratory experience in specialized clinical chemistry. Lecture and laboratory conducted in a clinical laboratory under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists. Students apply knowledge of prerequisite coursework to the daily operation of the clinical laboratory to include operation of automated and manual equipment, troubleshooting, assessment of normal and abnormal laboratory data as related to pathology for analytes measured on a non-routine basis. Study of specialized procedures involving endocrinology and therapeutic drug monitoring. Prerequisites: MDTC 341, 441. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 443-030 SPECIAL CLINICAL CHEMISTRY
    Advanced instruction and laboratory experience in specialized clinical chemistry. Lecture and laboratory conducted in a clinical laboratory under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists. Students apply knowledge of prerequisite coursework to the daily operation of the clinical laboratory to include operation of automated and manual equipment, troubleshooting, assessment of normal and abnormal laboratory data as related to pathology for analytes measured on a non-routine basis. Study of specialized procedures involving endocrinology and therapeutic drug monitoring. Prerequisites: MDTC 341, 441. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.
  • MDTC 443-040 SPECIAL CLINICAL CHEMISTRY
    Advanced instruction and laboratory experience in specialized clinical chemistry. Lecture and laboratory conducted in a clinical laboratory under the supervision of registered laboratory scientists. Students apply knowledge of prerequisite coursework to the daily operation of the clinical laboratory to include operation of automated and manual equipment, troubleshooting, assessment of normal and abnormal laboratory data as related to pathology for analytes measured on a non-routine basis. Study of specialized procedures involving endocrinology and therapeutic drug monitoring. Prerequisites: MDTC 341, 441. Five hours lecture, 35 hours laboratory per week.

2014 Fall

  • MDTC 331-010 DIAGNOSTIC IMMUNOLOGY
    Basic biology and pathological disorders of the human system are reviewed. Presentation and performance of medical laboratory and techniques for clinical diagnosis utilizing immunochemical, molecular and automated techniques. Pre/Corequisite: MDTC 300 and admission to major or permission of instructor. Three hours lecture and three hours lab per week.
  • MDTC 441-010 CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY II
    Advanced clinical chemistry topics including immunochemistry, radioactivity, chromatography, toxicology, therapeutic drug monitoring, quality control and method evaluation. Emphasis related to human endocrinology, gastric and muscle function, genetic defects, vitamin and lipid metabolism. Prerequisite: MDTC 341. Three hours lecture, three hours laboratory per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Davis, D. L. 
(In press). 
Safety officers, should you be the manicure police? 
Laboratory Medicine, 
Davis, D. & Nadder, T. 
(2011). 
CLS entry level competencies in flow cytometry. 
Clinical Laboratory Science, 
24(1), 
29-34. 
Davis, D. & Williams, C. 
(2009). 
Methicillin-resistant Staph aureus fomite survival. 
Clinical Laboratory Science, 
22(1), 
28. 
Davis, D. 
(2008). 
What you don't know about alcohol hand gels can hurt you. 
Laboratory Medicine, 
39(11), 
704. 
Diane, D. 
(2008). 
Gloves: Uncommon knowledge about common objects. 
Laboratory Medicine, 
39(9), 
576. 
Davis, D. L. 
(2007). 
CLS investigation: Exploiting the forensics craze, part 1. 
Clinical Laboratory Science, 
20(1), 
8-11. 
Davis, D. L. 
(2007). 
CLS investigation: Exploiting the forensics craze, part 2. 
Clinical Laboratory Science, 
20(1), 
20-23. 
Davis, D. 
(2002). 
The Protein ubiquitin is an immunophilin. 
Theraputic Drug Monitoring, 
24(1), 
32-35. 

Awards(s)

Diane Davis (2001). Distinguished Faculty Award - Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD.

Book(s)

Davis, D. L. (2008) Laboratory Safety, 1st edition. Chicago, IL: American Society of Clinical Pathology.
Davis, D. L. (2007) Overview of Clinical Laboratory Safety, 5th edition. Dayton, OH: Educational Materials for Health Professionals.
Davis, D. (2002) Overview of Clinical Laboratory Safety Dayton, OH: Educational Materials for Health Professsionals.

Presentations

Davis, D. & Nadder, T. (2010). Defining entry level flow cytometry competencies for medical lab science students Presented at Clinical Laboratory Educators Conference, Biloxi, MS.

Book Chapters

Davis, D. L. (In press). Tumor immunology. C. D. Stevens (Eds.), Clinical immunology & serology, 3rd ed. Philadelphia, PA: F.A. Davis.
Davis, D. L. (2009). Tumor Immunology. Stevens, C. D. (Eds.), Clinical Immunology & Serology, 3rd ed. Philadelphia, PA: F. A. Davis.
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Instructional Resources

Davis, D. L. (2006). Test Questions & Answers. Supplement to Clinical Laboratory Immunology. Edited by C. R. Mahon & D. Tice. Pearson Prentice Hall., Upper Saddle River, NJ.

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