Diana Mass, MA, MT (ASCP), CLS is a nationally recognized author and speaker in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences profession.
is known as a pioneer in clinical laboratory science role expansion, specifically in the area of laboratory consultation services.
has written on and presented numerous management workshops, including consultation topics reflecting on her
own experience since 1986.
distinguished background comes from her
diverse professional activities.
She is Clinical Professor of Hematology and Director of the Clinical Laboratory Sciences Program at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ and Vice President of Associated Laboratory Consultants, Inc., Scottsdale, AZ.
is a former editor of the Journal of Medical Technology
and co-editor of the text Principles of Clinical Laboratory Utilization and Consultation (W.B. Saunders) which presents an approach to the laboratory from the perspective of the physician user and provides a basis for clinical laboratory science consultation.
Currently, Ms. Mass serves on the CLMA Board of Directors as Education Advisor and on the editorial board of Clinical Leadership and Management Review.
She serves on the ASCP Publications Committee and ASCP-American Proficiency Institute Editorial Board.
Ms. Mass serves as a Project Consultant on the CDC Laboratory Medicine Best Practices Project working with Battelle Centers for Public Health Research and Evaluation.
Ms. Mass is a former board member and Vice Chair of NAACLS (National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences), a former board member of the American Society for Medical Technology, and a former Chair of the Educators Committee of the AMS-ASCP and a former member of the CDC CLIAC (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Advisory Committee).
Among other prestigious national awards including Educator of the Year
awarded by the ASCP
and the Kendall Professional Achievement Award in Education awarded by the ASCLS, Ms. Mass
has been cited in Who's Who In American Women and Who's Who in Health Care.