Tim R. Randolph, Ph.D., MT(ASCP)

Associate Professor
Clinical Health Sciences


Education

  • Ph.D. in Hematology, Wamborough University
  • Master of Science in Medical Technology, Hematology and Immunology, Medical College of Virginia
  • Bachelor of Science, Medical Technology, Sangamon State University
  • Associate of Science, Olney Central College

Research Interests

Novel diagnostic lab test development for underdeveloped countries that are simple, inexpensive, fast and require limited resources, such as 

  • Total hemoglobin assay that does not require batteries or electricity
  • Screening and diagnostic test for sickle cell anemia
  • Test to measure HbF to detect sickle cell responders to hydroxyuria
  • Test to enumerate WBCs not requiring a microscope or instrument
  • Test to detect HbC and determine zygosity
  • Relationship between sickle cell trait and adverse events under extreme physical stress

Prevalence rates of common conditions in Haiti such as sickle cell, HIV, protein malnutrition, hepatitis B and C, general anemia, typhoid, STDs, cervical dysplasias and others.

Professional Organizations and Associations

  • American Society of Clinical Laboratory Science