Ferris State University, moving to provide specialized training in a growing medical field, plans to launch a molecular diagnostics program this fall.For the full story, visit: http://www.mlive.com/business/west-michigan/index.ssf/2010/04/ferris_state_plans_molecular_d.html
The Big Rapids university will offer a bachelor’s of science degree in molecular diagnostics as part of the medical technology program run by its College of Allied Health Sciences.
The program will equip students to work in molecular diagnostics labs such as the Sequenom Center for Molecular Medicine in Grand Rapids, a subsidiary of San Diego-based Sequenom Inc., which wants to eventually develop a larger lab in Grand Rapids that could employ hundreds.
Thursday, April 8, 2010
Business Review Of West Michigan Profiles Ferris' Molecular Diagnostics Program
BIG RAPIDS - Mark Sanchez, writing for Business Review West Michigan, spoke with Ferris State University Dean of Allied Health Sciences Ellen Haneline as he wrote an article that focused on a new program Ferris is very proud of: