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Employment History

Study Director, Microbiology Department Manager USP, Studies

Nelson Laboratories Inc


Microbiologist

Nelson Laboratories Inc


Web References(6 Total References)


Knowledge Center - Nelson Labs

www.nelsonlabs.com [cached]

by Sara Toole, Microbiology Department Manager, B.S. RM(NRCM) CQA (ASQ)


Contact Us - Nelson Labs

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Sara Toole
Department Manager Microbiology Department Manager USP , studies


Salt Lake Tribune - Handy Breeding Grounds

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Sara Toole, a microbiologist at Nelson Labs and the study director, then screened for four dangerous organisms: staphylococcus aureus; pseudomonas aeruginosa; salmonella, which can cause diseases of the intestines; and E-coli, which can cause severe cramps, diarrhea and dehydration. The briefcase and diaper bag had no signs of those organisms.Toole said she wasn't surprised to find the first two bugs on the purse, given all of the places women take their purses. "Use common sense," she said."Be aware of where you're putting your purse.If you can clean it, it's not a bad idea." Depending on the handbag's material, she recommended washing it in a washing machine or using antibiotic wipes.


Microbiology Contacts

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Quinton Inglet- LAL Study Director Sara Toole- Study Director


Knowledge Center - Nelson Labs

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By Sara L. Toole, Microbiology Department Manager, B.S., RM(NRCM), CQA(ASQ) and Jonathan Swenson, Microbiology Study Director II, B.S., RM(NRCM)


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