Margaret A. Reinhart MT, MMa, MS

Margaret A. Reinhart MT, MMa, MS

Director, Medical Laboratory Science Program

Lecturer in Biology

Education

BS (Millersville)

MT (ASCP)

MMa (Pennsylvania State University)

MS (Villanova University)

Synopsis

Margaret Reinhart has national certification in Medical Technology (Medical Laboratory Science) with many years of medical laboratory experience in Microbiology, Immunology, and Hematology laboratories.  She teaches courses in Hematology, Clinical Immunology, Parasitology, Microbiology and Global Sustainability.  As Medical Laboratory Science (MLS) Program Director, she maintains affiliations with many hospital laboratories where fourth year MLS majors are placed in year long internships. She is active in Medical Laboratory professional societies where she is current President of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the American Society of Clinical Laboratory Science/Pennsylvania  (ASCLS/PA) and Chair of the Education Scientific Assembly of the ASCLS/PA.

 

Selected Scholarly Activity

Reinhart, M.  Meat Production: The Recipe for Environmental Harm and Animal Disease, Oral presentation at the Asian Conference on Sustainability, Energy and Environment, Osaka , Japan., June 2013.

Pallies, Andrea and Reinhart, Margaret.  Analysis of Cost of Animal Experimentation vs. InVitro Methods.   Poster presented at USciences Scholarly Day, 2011.

Reinhart, M.  Opening professional classes to other majors: a successful recruitment effort, Annual Clinical Laboratory Educators Conference, Denver CO, February 2009.

L. Nordrum, M. Reinhart  Small Cells, Big Problems: A Review of the Microcytic, Hypochomic Anemias, Self-Study Course #100.  Colorado Association for Continuing Medical Laboratory Education Inc.  January 2009.

P.J. Saccone, N. Dollahon, M. Reinhart, An Excystation Procedure of Monocystis Spores, Sporozoan Parasites of the Earthworm Lumbricus terrestris, and the Isolation of their Sporozoites, poster presented at the St. Joseph University Annual Sigma Xi Research Symposium, April 2004.

Reinhart, M. and Dollahon, N., Responses of coelomocytes from Lumbricus terrestris to native and non-native eukaryotic parasites, Pedobiologia 47: 710-716, 2003.

Professional Information

Prior Positions

Adjunct Instructor Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PA (2001-present)

Adjunct Instructor Valley Forge Military College, Radnor, Pennsylvania (1997-1999)

West Philadelphia Gear-Up Program (2000-2004)

Elderhostel (1993-1997)

Membership in Professional Organizations

American Society of Clinical Pathologists, American Society of Clinical Laboratory Science,
 Pennsylvania Society of Clinical Laboratory Science. 
International Society for Laboratory Hematology

Contact Information

Office location: McNeil Science & Technology Center Room 377
Mailing address: Box 38
University of Sciences
600 South 43rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-4495
Office Phone: 215-596-8797
Office Fax: 215-596-8710
Email:

m [dot] reinha [at] usciences [dot] edu