Stephanie L. Clarke, MT (ASCP)

Stephanie L. Clarke, MT (ASCP)

Clinical Assistant Professor, MLS Assistant Program Director

Educational Background:

 M.S., St. Joseph's College of Maine, 2015
 B.S., University of New Hampshire, 2007

Courses Taught:

  • Phlebotomy Theory (BMS 640)
  • Clinical Immunology (BMS 642)
  • Clinical Serology Laboratory (BMS 643)
  • Clinical Hematology (BMS 644)
  • Clinical Hematology Laboratory (BMS 645)
  • Case Studies - Hematology section (BMS 750)

General Area of Interest and/or Speciality:

Hematology and leukemia, ethics and leadership, adoption of Point of Care technologies in hospital settings

Professional organizations:

  • American Society of Clinical Pathologists—Generalist (2007)


  • MLS Lab Week, April 2013

Additional information:

Before joining the faculty at UNH, I worked as a phlebotomist, medical technologist, Point of Care Coordinator and laboratory information system (LIS) analyst at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital in Dover, NH for ten years.  My academic focus is on engaging students through personalized and hands-on instruction.  I want to promote growth of my students both academically and as individuals.  My personal academic interests are in ethics and leadership in health care.

Kendall Hall, Room 216
Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-4010