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Leadership at Apollo Laboratories

 
ABrenna Martinez - General Supervisor at Apollo Pathology, LLC

General Supervisor, Brenna Martinez

 

Brenna joined Apollo Laboratories in 2016 as a Clinical Data Entry Specialist. She then moved on to become a High Complexity Testing Personnel for qualitative drug screen analysis. She was also responsible for training new technicians on the operation and maintenance of different analyzers in the laboratory. She underwent extensive training to become a certified operator of the Shimadzu LCMS/MS-8050. Brenna was made a lead technician in the laboratory and then promoted to General Supervisor and is now responsible for day-to-day oversight of high complexity test performance by qualified testing personnel.

Brenna received her Bachelor of Science in biology at Angelo State University in 2015.

 
Amy Smith at Apollo Pathology LLC

Medical Laboratory Technician, Amy Smith

 

Amy Smith joined Apollo Laboratories in 2015 as a Medical Laboratory Technician to perform qualitative drug screen analysis on client samples. She was also responsible for training new technicians on the operation and maintenance of different analyzers in the laboratory. In early 2016, when Apollo began implementing Hematology and Blood Chemistry diagnostic testing in addition to Toxicology, Amy was selected to become the lead technician for the new department. She underwent extensive training to become a certified operator of the Cobas ® 6000 analyzer series and the Coulter ® LH 500 Hematology Analyzer. In 2017, she was promoted to Laboratory Supervisor and is now responsible for day-to- day oversight of moderate complexity test performance by qualified testing personnel.

Amy received her Bachelor of Science in biology from the University of North Texas in 2013. She is a member of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.