Congratulations to Dr. Rodney Rhode on becoming a Fellow of the Association of Clinical Scientists. This is a designation bestowed by the Association of Clinical Scientists upon qualified members. Fellows must be doctoral scientists who are experts in the education of and/or application of laboratory methods for elucidating, diagnosis, and treatment of human diseases. FACSc denotes that the clinical scientists has ongoing specialized professional activities related to clinical expertise, research or teaching experiences, and/or significant advocacy efforts in the field of clinical laboratory science. Thus, this is a title distinction that may be used behind their signature. Dr. Rhode now joins this very selective group of ~200 Fellows. Some of the current Fellows who are also members of ASCLS:
Dr. Pat Tille
Dr. Michelle Butina
Dr. Janice Conway-Klassen
Dr. Peter Hu
Peter Hu, PhD, FACSc | Director Graduate Program in Diagnostic Genetics
Director Undergraduate Program in Molecular Genetic Technology
Associate Professor School of Health Professions - Education
UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
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Congratulations, Dr. Rhode on becoming a FACSc. Seemingly, well deserved.