The Indiana Chapter of the

American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science

ASCLS-IN supports students through scholarships and other opportunities

Pre-clinical students

The Estate of Rachel Lehman (Indiana State University)

Recipient preferred to be going into the medical technology field and in the Biology Department of Indiana State University. Deadline March 19, 2019.

Rodak Scholarship*

The ASCLS Education and Research Fund, Inc., provides scholarships to Clinical Laboratory Science undergraduate and graduate students for both MLS and MLT.  For MLS students, a scholarship to honor Bernadette “Bunny” Rodak has been established in recognition of her superb contributions to the discipline of hematology, through her textbooks, her dedication to ASCLS and her service on the ASCLS Consumer Response team.

*Individuals and/or state societies are invited to contribute through the “Donate” link on the ASCLS link above. Choose E&R Fund, and complete the donation page.

Congratulations to Valerie and Megan this year's CICBF and ASCLS-IN Scholarship Recipients!

CICBF Scholarship

Information about this $500 award is distributed to program directors in September of each year.

ASCLS-IN Scholarship

This $1000 award is given in two parts. The first $500 is given in the clinical year, the remaining $500 is given at the completion of the Ascending Professional's first year of work in an Indiana laboratory.

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