Associate Dean for Graduate Education, Doisy College of Health Sciences
Associate Professor, Department of Clinical Laboratory Science
|Degree:||Ph.D. Educational Studies: Curriculum & Instruction
Saint Louis University
|Degree:||M.A., Educational Studies: Curriculum & Instruction
Saint Louis University
|Degree:||B.S. Medical Technology
|Curriculum Consultant, John Thomas College of Naturopathic Medicine 2003-2006, Visiting Assistant Professor, Rush University 2001-Present, Medical Technologist, Deaconess Hospital, St. Louis 1982-1993|
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
2010 Graybeal, Clay, Richard Long, Dale Scalise-Smith, and Elizabeth Zeibig. The Art and Science of Interprofessional Education, Journal of Allied Health, 39 (3-Part 2): 232-237 (Fall 2010).
Books in Progress
2007-Present Zeibig, Elizabeth A.: Clinical Parasitology: A Practical Approach, 2nd Edition, Saunders, An Imprint of Elsevier Publishing Company, Philadelphia, PA., expected publication date 2012.
2005-Present Johns, Gretchen, William Zundel, Lisa Denesiuk and Elizabeth A. Zeibig: chapters in profress for textbook tentatively entitled: Blood Banking & Transfusion Medicine: Principles and Practices, Prentice Hall Health, expected publication date 2013.
1997 Zeibig, Elizabeth A: Clinical Parasitology: A Practical Approach, W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, PA. [ISBN-0-7216-5187-9]
|Developing, evaluating, presenting and publishing in the area of creative instructional learning and evaluation strategies. Writing and editing textbooks, journal articles and other written works. Participating and conducting research, presentations and publishing in the area of Interdisciplinary Education (IPE). Continuing to develop, evaluate, present and publish in the area of Case by Collaborations (CBCs) in the discipline of Clinical Laboratory Science (CLS) and beyond. Assiting CLS students in developing and presenting research projects, particularly those using quantitative research techniques.|
|Other Activities:||Textbook author, textbook and journal article editor, developer of Case by Collaboration educational model, active in three professional organizations: Clinical Laboratory Management Association (CLMA), 1994-Present; American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS), 1991-Present; American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP), 1982-Present|