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Dr. Frank at his Wadsworth Center Laboratory in Albany
Nobel Prize in Chemistry Goes to Former Wadsworth Scientist
Groundbreaking work performed in Albany leads to revolution in science and medicine Dr. Rajendra Agrawal has long expected his former Wadsworth Center colleague Dr. Joachim Frank to win the Nobel Prize. This year, it happened. On October 4th, Dr. Frank... read more
Antibiotic Resistance Lab Network
Wadsworth Center Welcomes Two New Fellows to the Antimicrobial Resistance Laboratory Network
2017 marks the first year the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL), in collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), has sponsored fellows in the Antimicrobial Resistance Track. Per the sponsors, “The fellowship’s... read more
ELISA plate
Two Zika Studies. Two Site Visits. Two Approaches to One Problem.
Dr. Susan Wong, Director of the Diagnostic Immunology Laboratory at the Wadsworth Center, recently traveled with a team from Columbia University’s Global Health Program to serve as a resource for evaluating laboratory testing issues. San Juan, Puerto... read more

Master of Science in Laboratory Sciences

Flame sterilization of an inoculation loop
The Master of Science in Laboratory Sciences program provides quality education and interdisciplinary training in various areas of laboratory science with specific emphasis on the activities of a public health laboratory.