Kim K. Campbell, M.S.
Medical Laboratory Science
Ms. Campbell earned her B.S.M.T. from the University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse Campus. After completing a M.S. in Health Science Education at the University of Kentucky she was appointed as adjunct faculty and medical instructional specialist in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences program. Ms. Campbell continues to teach lecture and laboratory course in CLS and, since 1999, has taught laboratory courses, and served as education coordinator, in the reproductive laboratory science (RLS) graduate programs.
Reproductive Laboratory Science education, clinical and reproductive microbiology and body fluids.
Education coordinator and laboratory instructor for andrology, embryology and cryobiology courses the Reproductive Laboratory Science graduate programs; instructor for CLS courses in microbiology, body fluids, and laboratory investigations.
Ms. Campbell is a member of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Sciences and the Kentucky Society for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (KSCLS). She has served the state association and in many capacities, including holding the office of president and treasurer. Ms. Campbell also has served as editor for the KSCLS publication, “Hoofbeats.” In recognition for her outstanding service she received her the Medical Technologist of the Year Award from the professional association.