TRMD 690 Seminar:”COVID – One Clinical Laboratory’s Experiences and Challenges To Date & Impacts on Research”, Stacey Honda, MD, PhD, Kaiser Permanente-Hawaii

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Date(s) - 01/19/2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

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Zoom Meeting ID: 979 6297 5142

Contact kspedden@hawaii.edu for passcode

Stacey Honda, MD, PhD

Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Pathology, John A Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawaii,
Associate Program Director, University of Hawaii Pathology Residency Program
Area Assistant Medical Director, Laboratory/Pathology & Diagnostic Imaging & Research, Hawaii Permanente Medical Group, Inc
Chief of Pathology, Medical Director of Laboratories & Director of Point of Care Testing, Kaiser Permanente, Hawaii
Medical Director, Center for Integrated Healthcare Research, Kaiser Permanente Hawaii


The early chronology and challenges of one local clinical laboratory will be discussed. The challenges of COVID have been unlike any other and it is fascinating to look back on where we were, where we are today and the continuing challenges we face in the clinical laboratory. One aspect of the challenges is the various tests available for COVID and some data will be discussed comparing 2 specific NAAT and Ag assays touching on the research aspect of our experiences. While much of the research component touches on the real life, natural experiments aspect, a glimpse of the various impacts on research as experienced by the presenter will be also discussed.