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Tyra D Stalling, MLS/MT (ASCP)

Tyra D Stalling, MLS/MT (ASCP)

Program Director, Associate Professor of Medical Lab Technology

Health Professions
Room 125
650 College Dr. Dalton, GA 30720

Office Hours

Summer Semester:  Monday 10:00-12:00 and 2:30-3:30, MLTS 1102 - HP 232, Tuesday - Thursday: Hospital Clinical Practicum

Spring Semester: Monday 2:30-4:00, Tuesday and Thursday 9:00-12:00 and 1:00-3:00, Friday Hospital Clinical Practicum

If an appointment is needed call 706-272-2508 or email tstalling@daltonstate.edu at least 24 hours prior to needed appointment time.  I will need to adjust clinical rotation schedule to meet on days that I am not in the office. If you need immediate attention please call Janeen Harper at 706-272-2658 or email jharper@daltonstate.edu. Thank You!


tstalling@daltonstate.edu
706.272.2508

Degrees

  • Touro University- Cypress California-                                              
    • Masters of Science Health Sciences Emergency and Disaster Management/Public Health
    • Culminating Project/Thesis: Preparing for Bioterrorism:  Is the United States ready to respond?
  • Medical College of Georgia                                                              
    • Bachelors of Science in Medical Technology

Certification:  Clincal Laboratory Scientist (CLS) Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS) Medical Technology  (MT)

  • American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP)           
  • National Certifying Agency (NCA)   
  • American Medical Technologist (AMT)              

                            

Biography

Program Director and Associate Professor Tyra D. Stalling is an Alumni of Dalton State College and graduated from the Medical Laboratory Technology Program when the college was named Dalton College.   As a recent graduate of the MLT program, she returned to school to obtain her Bachelors of Science in Medical Technology through the Medical College of Georgia distant program first offered in conjunction with Dalton College.  Tyra was one of the first classes to graduate in the MCG distant learning program. Tyra joined the college as a part-time instructor in the phlebotomy program in 1999 and then joined as a teaching faculty Assistant Professor January 2002 as an instructor in teh phlebotomy and Medical laboratory Technology programs.  Later, after receiving her Masters (Masters of Health Science/Public Health) in Emergency and Disaster Management from Touro University, Tyra was appointed as Program Director for the Medica Laboratory and Phlebotomy Programs in 2005.