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Daniel deRegnier, MS, MT(ASCP)

I peruse Small Things Considered for items I can use in my Diagnostic Microbiology courses. I can usually find something, but many of the posts are beyond the level of my courses. I have the great fortune to be educating the future, entry level MTs and MLTs who will staff our clinical micro labs. My hope is that some of them will go on to earn advanced degrees in microbiology, but at this stage they may still struggle with remembering the basic biochemical ID of common organisms or what to look for in a routine sputum culture and what to do next. STC is great resource, nevertheless. Thanks for the effort of all those who post.


We are glad that you found merit in the blog. Our principal aim is to foster an appreciation of the wonders of the microbial world for one and all.


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