Clinical Laboratory Sciences Faculty and Staff Bio Page

Eddie Salazar
Ph.D., MLS(ASCP)cm
Eddie Salazar
Title:Interim Chair
Assistant Professor
Director of DCLS program
Office:SHP 4.450
Phone:(409) 772-3044
Email:jhsalaza@utmb.edu
E-Folio:click to access
Courses:
  • CLLS 4107 Seminar in Clinical Laboratory Sciences
  • CLLS 4309 Clinical Laboratory Science Seminar
  • CLLS 4328 Methodology Development & Assessment II
  • CLLS 5107 Seminar in Clinical Laboratory Sciences
  • CLLS 5150 Graduate Seminar in Clinical Laboratory Sciences
  • CLLS 5307 Clinical Laboratory Science Seminar
  • CLLS 6305 Quality Systems, Patient Safety and Medical Error Prevention
  • CLLS 6399 Implementing Diagnostic Management Teams
Education:
  • Ph.D., 2015, Texas Tech University, Characterizing Interprofessional Education in CLS
  • M.S., 2009, University of Houston Clear Lake, Instructional Technology
  • B.S., 2003, University of Texas Medical Branch, Clinical Laboratory Science
Certifications & Licenses:
  • MLS(ASCP)cm
Professional
Organizations:
  • American Society of Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS)
  • American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP)
Grants:
  • Project Director. (2011-2012). Virtual Medical Laboratories in Second Life, Academy of Master Teachers.
  • Project Director. (2016-2018). Establishment of a Guided Career Pathway in Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Award: $399,908
Selected Publications:
  • Salazar, J. (2014). Overview of Urea and Creatinine.. Lab Medicine.45(1): 19-20: 2014.
  • Salazar, J. (2010). Staying Connected: Online Education Engagement and Retention using Educational Technology Tools. Clinical Laboratory Science.23 (3):53-58.
  • Prow, T, Smith, J, Grebe, R, Salazar, J. (2006). Construction, gene delivery, and expression of DNA tethered nanoparticles.. Molecular vision 12:606-15.
  • Prow, T, Salazar, J, Rose, W. (2004). Nanomedicine: nanoparticles, molecular biosensors, and targeted gene/drug delivery for combined single-cell diagnostics and therapeutics. SPIE--The International Society for Optical Engineering 5318, 1.
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