Arthur N. Brown, Chairman BALMLT, is an accomplished Immunologist and Medical Laboratory Specialist with over 25 years of extensive experience. His career spans various pivotal roles within the medical laboratory field, encompassing clinical laboratory technology, supervision, consultancy, administration, and lecturing. Notably, Mr. Brown holds the esteemed titles of Member and Fellow of the West African Post Graduate College of Medical Laboratory Science (WAPCMLS). He has also demonstrated exceptional leadership as the former President of the Liberia Association of Medical Laboratory Technologists (LAMLT) and Secretary of the Board of Accreditation and Licensure of Medical Laboratory Technology (BALMLT) from 2006 to 2010.

Mr. Nelson S. Berrian, Board Member, is an accomplished Medical Laboratory Technologist with a wealth of experience spanning many years in various crucial roles, including laboratory technician, Senior Research Technician, Supervisor, Coordinator, and Trainer. His expertise extends across the continents of Africa and Asia, particularly in viral diagnoses and Tuberculosis. Presently, he holds the esteemed position of Chairman for the Laboratory Department at CENSIL University College, where he continues to contribute significantly to the field of medical laboratory science.

Mrs. Gertrude S. Jeh -Mulbah, Board Member, a distinguished Certified Laboratory Scientist and accomplished public health officer with specialization in epidemiology, is a multifaceted professional. She serves as a trainer, mentor, and dedicated researcher in addition to her vital role as a public health worker, contributing significantly to the advancement of healthcare and epidemiological practices.

Varflay M. Kamara, is a ASc and BSc holder in Medical laboratory Science. He is a graduate of Stella Maris University, formerly Stella Maris Polytechnic. He is a well-detailed-oriented individual who is capable of working individually and in a group. He is a licensed laboratory Technologist with about 10 years of working experience. He is an educator, a researcher and a clinician. He has worked with both governmental and private laboratory institutions. He has worked in various positions such as laboratory coordinator, laboratory supervisor, laboratory quality officer, and laboratory safety officer. He has participated in many laboratory training conducted by both government and private laboratory organizations.

Prince Paye Gbondin, Board Member, is the Laboratory Quality Manager at the National Diagnostic Division of Ministry Health and also Liaison Officer for BRIDGE-U Liberia/USAID Project for the establishment and promoting continue professional development (CPD) programs with the Liberia Lab Board and CPD Committee Head/Lab Board. Mr. Gbondin is an experience Medical Laboratory Technologist with ten years of working experience as Lab Technician, Lab Safety Officer, Laboratory departments Head (Biochemistry, Hematology, Parasitology and Microbiology) and Lab Supervisor at Redemption Hospital Lab from 2014 to 2021.

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