Kristi Lew

Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Laboratory Medicine & Pathology Dept

Contact

Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Laboratory Medicine & Pathology Dept
Email
klew@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 492-6603
Address
5-374 Edmonton Clinic Health Academy
11405 - 87 Ave NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 1C9

Courses

MLSCI 210 - Foundations of Instrumentation

Introduction to principles and techniques that form the basis of both automated and manual analytical measurement in the clinical laboratory. Students will perform various methods including, but not limited to: microscopy, spectrophotometry, electrophoresis, immunoassay and chromatography. Various components of the analytical process such as the use of routine laboratory equipment, laboratory mathematics and reagent preparation will be emphasized. Students will analyze and interpret laboratory generated data for conformance with quality standards. Restricted to Medical Laboratory Science students.


MLSCI 230A - Hematology And Hemostasis

An introduction to the theory and practice of hematology and hemostasis. Topics include the morphology, structure, and function of red cells, white cells, and platelets, malignant and benign conditions that affect each cell type, and tests to distinguish among disease states including anemia, leukemia, and coagulation disorders. Restricted to Medical Laboratory Science students.


MLSCI 230B - Hematology And Hemostasis

An introduction to the theory and practice of hematology and hemostasis. Topics include the morphology, structure, and function of red cells, white cells, and platelets, malignant and benign conditions that affect each cell type, and tests to distinguish among disease states including anemia, leukemia, and coagulation disorders. Restricted to Medical Laboratory Science students.


MLSCI 231A - Hematology And Hemostasis

An introduction to the theory and practice of hematology and hemostasis. This course will include the morphology, structure, and function of red cells, white cells, and platelets, malignant and benign conditions that affect each cell type, and tests to distinguish among disease states including anemia, leukemia, and coagulation disorders. This course is designed for students who are excused from the laboratory component of the normal MLSCI course. Prerequisite: CSMLS general certification or consent of the department. Credit granted for only one of MLSCI 230 or 231.


MLSCI 231B - Hematology And Hemostasis

An introduction to the theory and practice of hematology and hemostasis. This course will include the morphology, structure, and function of red cells, white cells, and platelets, malignant and benign conditions that affect each cell type, and tests to distinguish among disease states including anemia, leukemia, and coagulation disorders. This course is designed for students who are excused from the laboratory component of the normal MLSCI course. Prerequisite: CSMLS general certification or consent of the department. Credit granted for only one of MLSCI 230 or 231.


MLSCI 430 - Advanced Hematology

This course is designed to enhance the student's ability to assimilate new and specialized knowledge in an evolving hematology discipline. As such, the course content will change from year to year. Consent of Division is required for non-Medical Laboratory Science students.


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