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“I enjoy getting to know my students and helping them to discover both their strengths and weaknesses. It is rewarding to help an individual improve and overcome challenges.”
Jane Semler on what she loves about working with students.
BS Clinical Laboratory Science, 1995, Northern Illinois University, Dekalb
MS Microbiology, 1997, University of Georgia, Athens
Fellowship, 1997-1998, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta
Jane Semler is a professor of Medical Laboratory Science and coordinator of the MLT to MLS online degree program. She received the Socrates Award for teaching excellence in 2015.
Interprofessional education, clinical chemistry, laboratory management
Semler, JR. Laboratory Information Systems: Computer Based Laboratory Information
Systems. In Denise M. Harmening (Ed.), Laboratory Management Principles and Processes,
4th ed. (Ch. 18). St. Petersburg, FL: D.H. Publishing. Submitted for review January
Semler, JR, Latchem, SR, and Vowell, JA. (2017) Pseudohyperkalemia in a Non-compliant CLL Patient: A Case Study. Clinical Laboratory Science. 30:2.
Semler, JR, Robertson, TM, Beard, TS, and Cude, CJ. (2015) A Study of Interprofessional Collaboration in Undergraduate Medical Laboratory Science and Nursing Education. Clinical Laboratory Science. 28:2.
Ameigh, RA, Scanlan, PM, Semler, JR, and Lebkuecher, A. (2015) Tuberculosis Infection Control: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Clinical Laboratory Science. 28:1, 27-34.
Semler, JR. (2012) Laboratory Information Systems: Flexibility Is the Key to Modernization. In Denise M. Harmening (Ed.), Laboratory Management Principles and Processes, 3rd ed. (Ch. 17 pp. 429-450). St. Petersburg, FL: D.H. Publishing.
I sponsored more than 100 undergraduate research posters presented at regional and state professional organization meetings.