Vicki S. Freeman, Ph.D., MT(ASCP)SC

Vicki S. Freeman, Ph.D., MT(ASCP)SC

Chair and Professor, Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences

University of Texas Medical Branch
301 University Boulevard
Galveston, TX 77555-1140

Office: (409) 772-3056
Fax: (409) 772-9470
vfreeman@utmb.edu

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Vicki S. Freeman, Ph.D., MT(ASCP)SC

Professional Education

Degree Institution Field of Study Graduation Year
B.A. University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX Biochemistry 1975
B.S. University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX Medical Technology 1977
M.A. University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE Adult and Continuing Education; Minor in Pathology 1986
Ph.D. University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE Community and Human Resources 1995

Professional Affiliations

  • Phi Kappa Phi Fraternity, 1999-Current
  • Lambda Tau Honorary Society, 1997-Current
  • Alpha Mu Tau Fraternity, 1997-Current
  • Omicron Tau Theta Society, 1996-1997
  • American Society of Clinical Pathologists, 1993-Current
  • American Association for Clinical Chemistry, 1987-Current
  • American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, 1976-Current
  • Texas Association for Clinical Laboratory Science,1976-1978,1996-Current
  • Nebraska Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, 1981-1984,1986-1996
  • Hawaii Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, 1978-1981

Research Interests

My goal is to provide leadership in clinical laboratory science education across the nation. I believe that it is important to provide quality laboratory practitioners for clinical laboratories. My involvement is primarily in setting educational standards for programs and graduates, working with faculty to develop and use innovative teaching methods to expand educational opportunities to Clinical Laboratory Science students and practitioners. I have provided leadership in these areas through my teaching, scholarly and service activities.

Selected Publications

  1. Freeman, VS, Fell, L, Muellenberg, P. (1997). Learning Styles and Outcomes in Clinical Laboratory Sciences.Clinical Laboratory Science 10(4).
  2. Freeman, VS, Fell, L, Muellenberg, P. (1996). Distance Education Outcomes in Medical Technology.Clinical Laboratory Science 9(6): 332-5.
  3. Boonyawiroj, EB, Haven, MC, Freeman, VS,et. al. (1996). Allied Health Faculty Attitudes Toward Rural Clinical Practice.Journal of Allied Health 25(3): 263-74.
  4. Freeman, VS. (1995). Delivery Methods, Learning Styles, and Outcomes for Distance Medical Technology Students. University of Nebraska Press.
  5. Freeman, VS. (1994). Evaluating the Effectiveness of Computer Assisted Instruction.Clinical Laboratory Science 7(6): 339-41.
  6. Freeman, VS, Morss, J. (1993). Study Habits and Academic Achievement among Asian Students.College Student Journal 27(3): 352-5