Dr Gillim-Ross is discipline director for infectious disease immunology at LabCorp and the technical director in the Denver Regional Laboratory.
Dr Walworth did his undergraduate work at Georgetown University where he majored in biology with a minor in psychology. He completed medical school and residency training in internal medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine. Dr Walworth re-directed his career (initially slated for urology) after working in a refugee camp on the Thai-Cambodian border, when the first five cases of AIDS were reported at Bangkok General Hospital.
Dr Cromwell is board certified in family medicine and is a diplomate of the American Board of Clinical Lipidology. He earned his doctoral degree in medicine from the Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans, LA. Dr Cromwell completed residency training in family medicine at the Trover Clinic Foundation in Madisonville, KY where he received one of twenty national Mead Johnson Graduate Fellowships. Subsequently, he completed postgraduate work in lipid disorders at the Washington University School of Medicine Lipid Research Center in St. Louis, MO.
Dr Ricchiuti joined Laboratory Corporation of America LabCorp in Dublin, OH as laboratory director and discipline director in immunology in 2015. Prior, Dr Ricchiuti was director of clinical chemistry (including immunology testing) and toxicology at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center (UCMC), and associate professor at the University of Cincinnati, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the College of Medicine, in Cincinnati, OH (2012-2015). Dr Ricchiuti was the senior director of clinical biomarkers at Medpace Reference Laboratories, in Cincinnati, OH (2011-2012).
Dr Herman holds the following certifications: Diplomate, American Board of Clinical Chemistry; Specialist in Chemistry, American Society of Clinical Chemists; Clinical Chemist, National Registry of Clinical Chemists; Clinical Laboratory Director, Georgia Department of Human Resources; Clinical Laboratory Director, Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services. He earned a master of science degree in microbiology and a PhD in clinical chemistry at Ohio State University.
Dipak Patel joined Roche Biomedical in 1989, predominantly in immunology and flow cytometry (T&B area). He has worked in this field for almost 28 years from Roche Biomedical to LabCorp. Over the years, he has been involved with development and validations of many clinical assays in the immunology and flow cytometry area. His validations included studies for different platforms such as eia, IFA, RIA, flow cytometry, HPLC, western blot, multiplex, and line immuno assays.
Dr Spillman is a diplomate of the American Board of Clinical Chemistry. He earned a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship in biochemistry at State University of New York at Stony Brook and another in clinical chemistry at University of Texas Medical School at Houston.
Dr Maha is a diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics in the category of PhD medical geneticist. He is also certified as a medical technologist (MT) by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP) and as a laboratory director by the New York State Department of Health in the categories of clinical chemistry, forensic identity, genetic testing, histocompatibility, immunohematology, parentage/identity testing, and transplant monitoring.
Dr Eversley earned her PhD in Genetics and Molecular Biology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She completed her postdoctoral training in molecular genetics at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NY. Dr Eversley holds board certification in molecular genetics from the American Board of Medical Genetics and licensure in molecular genetics from the NY State Department of Health.