Michelle Campbell (‘14) has been named one of Top Five among the American Society for Clinical Pathology’s 40 under Forty for achievements and leadership qualities, making a significant impact on the fields of pathology and laboratory medicine.
Campbell, 24, began making achievements while earning her B.S. in Medical Laboratory Sciences at NIU, graduating summa cum laude. While at NIU, she was recognized for her research on diabetes and was awarded the Kevin D. Knight Senior Leadership Award, and received the College of Health and Human Sciences Dean’s award in 2014.
In 2016, Campbell published four articles with NIU Associate Professor Masih Shokrani, and left NIU with a total of 11 awards.
Campbell is a medical laboratory scientist working in the Clinical Immunoassay Laboratory at the Mayo Clinic.
Campbell is planning to begin a graduate program in Clinical Laboratory Science-Molecular Diagnostic Science track at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to obtain additional ASCP certification in molecular biology.