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Sandra C. Bryant supports the development of reference ranges in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology as well as many research projects by its scientists. She also supports validation studies for the assessment of newly developed and updated tests. In addition, she supports the department's laboratory directors in a wide variety of practice analysis projects to ensure that Mayo Clinic is using the most reliable laboratory methods available. Finally, she teaches classes at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, including the research and statistical methods courses for the Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice Program.
Research on reference ranges and laboratory test validation ensures that the laboratory tests used to diagnose patients are of the utmost quality and efficiency. Practice analysis projects are typically collaborative projects in which laboratory directors and clinicians work together to educate their colleagues on the most effective use of laboratory tests for their areas of interest.
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