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Faculty and Staff

 
Kathleen

Kathleen Schulman, PhD, MT(ASCP), Clinical Assistant Professor and Interim Chair
schulmank@ecu.edu
252-744-6060

-BS, St John's University, Long Island, NY
-Medical Technology Education, Mary Immaculate Hospital, Jamaica, NY
-MS, Medical Biology with concentration in Clinical Chemistry, CW Post University, Long Island, NY
-PhD, Education, Capella University

Prior faculty appointment: Pitt Community College
ECU as part-time instructor.

 
Recent Publications:
Richard Bamberg, Kathleen Schulman, Melissa McKenzie, Joanna Moore Sara Olchesky. Effect of Adverse Storage Conditions on Performance of Glucometer Test Strips. Clinical Laboratory Science, Fall 2005, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp 203 - 209.

Awards
Keys to the Future Award, 2003 from the North Carolina Society for Clinical Laboratory Science
Omicron Sigma Award, 2004 and 2005 from the North Carolina Society for Clinical Laboratory Science.

Courses Taught:
Clinical Chemistry I and II (CLSC 4430/4431, 4440/4441), Immunology (CLSC 3430), UA/Serology (CLSC 3440/3441), Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Science (CLSC 2000), Professional Practice Issues I and II (CLSC 4801, 4802)

Research Interests:
Use of education technology in instruction

Professional organizations:
American Association of Clinical Chemistry.
American Society of Clinical Pathology.

Professional Activities
NC Society for Clinical Laboratory Science
American Society for Clinical Pathology


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Karen

P. Karen Sullivan, PhD, MT(ASCP), SM(ASCP)
Associate Professor
sullivanp@ecu.edu
252-744-6061

-BS, Medical Technology Clinch Valley College.
-Medical Technology Education--University of Virginia Medical Center, Charlottesville, VA.
-MS, Microbiology, East Tennessee State University.
-Ph.D Microbiology/Immunology Medical College of Virginia

ECU faculty member since May 1996.

Prior faculty appointments:
Old Dominion University, Norfolk State University

Courses taught:
Clinical microbiology I (CLSC 4460/4461 - bacteriology), II (CLSC 4470/4471 mycology/virology), III (4480/4481 - parasitology), Molecular Diagnostics in Clinical Laboratory Science (CLSC 4491, 4492).

Recent publications:
Sullivan P. K. and T. A. Conner-Kerr. A comparative study of the effects of UVC irradiation on prokaryotic and eucaryotic wound pathogens in vitro. In preparation for Journal of Ostomy/Wound Management.

Sullivan, P.K., T. Conner-Kerr, and S.T. Smith. 1999. Effects of ultraviolet radiation (UVC) on Streptococcus pyogenes (Group A) in an acute wound. Journal of Ostomy/Wound Management. 45: 50-58.

Sullivan, P. K., T. Conner-Kerr, S. Dixon, H. Hamilton, A. Webb and E. Parish. A comparison of Swab and Tissue Biopsy Culturing Techniques. The symposium on Advanced Wound Care & Medical Research Forum on Wound Repair. Dallas, Tx. April 3, 2000. #27 (1 of 4 oral abstracts), C68.

Sullivan, P. K., T. Conner-Kerr, H. Hamilton, A. Webb and E. Parish. The effects of UVC irradiation on wound closure. The symposium on Advanced Wound Care & Medical Research Forum on Wound Repair. Dallas, Tx. April 3, 2000. #27 (1 of 4 oral abstracts), C68.

Conner-Kerr, T., P.K. Sullivan, H. Hamilton, A. Webb, L. Blankenship. The effects of topically applied micronutrients on wound healing in normally fed and protein-deprived adult rats. The symposium on Advanced Wound Care & Medical Research Forum on Wound Repair. Dallas, Tx. April 1-4. Poster 41, D17.

Professional activities:
NC Society for Clinical Laboratory Science.
American Society of Microbiology
American Society for Microbiology.
NC Branch Southeastern Association for Clinical Microbiology Association for the Advancement of Wound Care.

Research Interest:
Wound healing and investigation of various modalities for treatment of infected wounds.


Doris

Doris Johnson
Administrative Support Associate
252-744-6064
johnsona@ecu.edu

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