Dr. Campbell received his medical training at Washington University, from professors who pioneered American research in causes of pulmonary emphysema in general, and alpha1-antitrypsin deficiency in particular. He has been involved in basic and clinical research related to alpha1-antitrypsin deficiency since the mid-1980s and is one of the world’s thought leaders regarding this condition. Dr. Campbell has directed Alpha1Center, a clinical laboratory devoted to detecting alpha1-antitrypsin deficiency, since 1991.
Melody has worked with Dr. Campbell on his basic and clinical research projects since the early 1980s. She has brought her wealth of organizational skills, technical expertise, and experience to the Alpha1Center, a laboratory devoted to detecting alpha1-antitrypsin deficiency, since 1991.
Alexa is a very bright young woman who has been working with Alpha1Center while pursuing her BS degree in medical laboratory science. She aspires to one day apply to medical school.
Ana is a studious young woman who has become a great asset to Alpha1Center while pursuing her BS in biology. She has aspirations to continue with another major in medical laboratory science. We are encouraging her in her pursuit as she is an awesome team member.
Lacey has been employed as testing personnel at Alpha1Center while completing her BS in medical laboratory science. She's a recent graduate and we are excited to have her remain at Alpha1Center as a fully certified medical technologist.
Tami is a very cheerful addition to the staff at Alpha1Center. She takes pleasure in assisting anyone who calls Alpha1Center and she also helps the laboratory staff with all their clerical and data entry needs. We are very happy to have Tami as a team member at Alpha1Center.
Lauren joined the team at Alpha1Center upon completion of her BS in medical laboratory science. She's a fully certified medical technologist. Lauren is a bright and hard-working young woman who always has a smile on her face and is excited to undertake any new project in the laboratory.
Margie has been a devoted team member since Alpha1Center opened its doors for business: she actually worked with the Campbells at Washington University before the laboratory relocated to Salt Lake City. Margie is truly an "old timer" and we are happy she decided to relocate with the laboratory.
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