Clinical Laboratory and Medical Imaging Sciences2018-12-11T19:51:17+00:00

Department of Clinical Laboratory
and Medical Imaging Sciences

Dept Faculty
  • Clinical Laboratory Sciences Division

    • Doctorate of Clinical Laboratory Science
    • M.S. Clinical Laboratory Science
    • M.S. Cytopathology
    • B.S. in Medical Laboratory Sciences
    • Certificate in Clinical Laboratory Science
  • Medical Imaging Division

    • M.S. Radiologist Assistant
    • B.S. Cardiac Sonography
    • B.S. Diagnostic Medical Sonography
    • B.S. Nuclear Medicine Technology
    • B.S. Medical Imaging Sciences Radiologic Imaging Modalities
    • Certificate in Cardiac Sonography
    • Diagnostic Medical Sonography
    • Nuclear Medicine Technology
    • Radiologic Imaging Modalities

With graduate, undergraduate, and certificate educational options, the Clinical Laboratory and Medical Imaging Sciences Department has created a collaborative educational environment. In practice, clinical laboratory and medical imaging practitioners work side-by-side to analyze, interpret, synthesize, and apply information to conduct research, including modifying the patient/consumer experience and crafting diagnostic pathways. This partnership optimizes health outcomes for both patients/consumers and health care practitioners.

With health care optimization in mind, Clinical Laboratory and Medical Imaging Sciences meet demands to streamline costs and workforce needs, including the creation and adoption of clinical outcomes of competencies that address and measure the quality of all diagnostic services, as both the population and individual levels. With this department also comes the opportunity to establish the Diagnostics and Healthcare Quality Research and Consultation Services Initiative, a unique subset of the School being designed to lead the way in diagnostic medicine.

Department Chair: Elizabeth Kenimer Leibach, Ed.D., M.S., MLS(ASCP)CM, SBBC

Vice Chair (CLS): Nadine A. Fydryszewski, PhD, MLS(ASCP)CM

First DCLS graduate, Brandy Gunsolus in lab with equiptment
Read about the Nation's First Doctor of Clinical Lab Science

Brandy Gunsolus, DCLS, MLS(ASCP)CM is forging the way

“There is a gap between practicing physicians and labs not understanding the correct tests to order or how to interpret them. For patient safety, we need to fill this gap.”

Read the full Rutgers Today article.

Clinical Laboratory Division

Medical Imaging Division