Many voices make up CLSI, but we are all working toward the same goal. Learn from our members why it’s time to add your perspectives to our conversations on improving patient care.
Scientific and Professional Affairs, Bio-Rad Laboratories
“It’s important to volunteer with CLSI if you work in the laboratory; you deal with standards, know how you are doing things, and have opinions about how to improve the processes. You can provide input and comments that make the standard workable in the real world.”
James H. Nichols, PhD, DABCC, FACB
Medical Director, Vanderbilt
David Grenache, PhD, MT(ASCP), DABCC, FACB
Medical Director, Special Chemistry, ARUP Laboratories
“What attracted me to CLSI is the culmination of my career in the clinical laboratory field to use the best learning experiences, to the most good for the most people, by bringing the best minds together, developing consensus around a particular topic, and being able to then use that to actually promote better health care.”
Glen Fine, MS, MBA, CAE
Chief Executive Officer, CLSI
Greg Miller, PhD
Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University (and President, CLSI)
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