LMP Q&A BUG: Jaimelyn Rara

  The LMP Q&A BUG has been getting around lately, with the last three ‘infections’ occurring at Toronto General, Toronto Western and this week at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. Jaimelyn Rara, hematology lab technologist was this week’s victim and the nomination came from friend, Selene Fernando in Transfusion Medicine. You can find Selene’s photo Q&A... Continue Reading →

LMP Q&A BUG: Selene Fernando

  This week, Transfusion Medicine laboratory technologist, Selene Fernando was ‘infected’ by the LMP Q&A BUG. The nomination came from laboratory director, Tom Clancy, whose photo Q&A you can see: HERE As a lab technologist in Transfusion Medicine, Selene is responsible for testing patient blood samples and determining compatibility for transfusions. All blood used in... Continue Reading →

Judy Torne, MLT recognized by the National Society for Histotechnology in Washington, D.C.

  Recently, The National Society for Histotechnology (NSH) presented LMP’s own, Judy Torne, laboratory technologist with the Roche Diagnostics’ Immunohistochemistry (IHC) Award. The awards were presented in Washington D.C. at the 41st Annual NSH Symposium/Convention and recognize outstanding leadership, education, and advocacy in histotechnology. The event distributed over $40,000 in scholarships and Judy was the... Continue Reading →

Summarizing the experience: Kuwait observers, Hameeda, Shahad, Duha, and Ghaneemah

Recently we wrapped up this summer’s Personalized Learning Programs for four lab technologists from the Kuwait Cancer Control Centre (KCCC).  Each of the technologists specialized in different areas of LMP operations, and found opportunities to enhance the work they do at KCCC. Read more to learn about this series of observers, and what they accomplished... Continue Reading →

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