Stamatina E Ziemba Ph.D., MT(ASCP)SM
Mortuary Science Bldg., Room 313, 5439 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48202
PTF-2, Anatomic Pathologists' Assistants program
Department of Fundamental and Applied Sciences
Ph.D. - Biological Sciences (molecular and cell biology) - Wayne State University
M.A.T. - Secondary Science Education - Wayne State University
B.S. - Medical Technology - Wayne State University
SM(ASCP) 001300 - Specialist, medical microbiology
MT(ASCP) 121561 - medical technologist/clinical laboratory scientist
Secondary Science Teacher (biology, chemistry, physical sciences) - State of Michigan
Wayne State University
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences - Instructor in Anatomic Pathologists Assistants degree program (2001- present)
College of Medicine - Research Associate (2004 - 2007)
College of Science, Biological Sciences - Research Associate (2001-2004), Lecturer (1994 - 2001)
Michigan State University
College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Detroit Medical Center - Instructor, Basic Medical Sciences (2010 - 2012)
Detroit Biomedical Laboratories, Inc.
Microbiology Laboratory Supervisor (1993 - 2010)
Oakwood Hospital, MI
Senior medical technologist - microbiology (1988 - 1993)
River Rouge School District, MI
High school science teacher - biology (1986 - 1988)
Bon Secours Hospital, MI
Medical Technologist - microbiology (1978 - 1986)
American Society for Microbiology - member # 4373981
American Society for Clinical Pathology - member # 01810010
Human Anatomy and Physiology Society
Women of Wayne
Union of Part-time Faculty - Wayne State University
American Association of University Professors
2012 Michigan State-College of Osteopathic Medicine-DMC Excellence in Teaching Award
Women of Wayne Research Award
Developing & teaching online courses in human biological and first year medical school sciences.
Medical microbiology, immunology and infectious diseases.
Applied biochemical and molecular studies of signaling proteins in eucaryotic cells.
Teaching basic medical and applied biological sciences in live and virtual classrooms.
Rowing for exercise and enjoyment. Member of the Friends of Detroit Rowing - a nonprofit organization based on Belle Isle in Detroit, MI. My husband Steven (my other major personal interest) is a masters rower for the Detroit Boat Club Rowing Crew, which is sponsored by Friends of Detroit Rowing.
Instructor of human histology, histochemistry, vertebrate and human embryology, medical microbiology in the Anatomic Pathologists' Assistant Program.
Usually right after class meetings and by appointment.