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Free Pop-Up Virtual Learning: April 25, 10-11 AM

Updated: Apr 24



Topic - COVID-19: A Medical Laboratory and Public Health Perspective 


Surprise! It's our next Pop-Up Learning event. Join our online learning session on Saturday, April 25 from 10-11 AM. Dr. Rodney Rohde will present a Q + A on COVID-19 from a Medical Laboratory and Public Health Perspective - participants receive a certificate for 1 hour of CE.


This session is FREE for MLPAO Members but registration is required - email us at mlpao@mlpao.org to register.  


Registration for this Q+A Webinar is now closed!


Rodney E. Rohde, PhD is a Professor and Chair for the Clinical Laboratory Science(CLS) Program in the College of Health Professions at Texas State University. He serves as Associate Dean of Research and as Associate Director for the Translational Health Research Center. Dr. Rohde is a Global Fellow and Honorary Professor of International studies. He is an ASCP board-certified Specialist in Virology, Microbiology, and Molecular Biology. He spent a decade as a public health microbiologist and molecular epidemiologist with the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) Bureau of Laboratories and Zoonosis Control Division prior to his academic career, including two terms as a CDC Visiting Scientist. His research interests include Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs), antimicrobial resistance, and clinical / public health microbiology. Dr. Rohde has published over 60 research articles and abstracts, two books, and is a highly sought keynote presenter with over 100 international, national, and state conference presentations. In recent years, he has become a globally viral author subject matter expert utilizing invited articles, podcasts, videocasts, and interviews to enhance science communication and translational health research literacy.

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