Tim R. Randolph, PhD, MT(ASCP) is a tenured, Associate Professor in the Department of Clinical Health Sciences, Doisy College of Health Sciences at Saint Louis University (http://www.slu.edu/doisy/faculty/randolph-tim.php). He received a bachelors degree in Medical Technology from University of Illinois at Springfield, formerly Sangamon State University, in Springfield, Illinois in 1983; a Master of Science in Medical Technology from the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond in 1987 with an emphasis in clinical hematology and experimental immunology; and a doctorate (PhD) in Hematology from Warnborough University where he developed a new diagnostic test for sickle cell anemia to be used in developing countries. Dr. Randolph spent most of his career in the Department of Biomedical Laboratory Science at Saint Louis University in St. Louis, MO. Dr. Randolph currently teaches and coordinates courses in the areas of hematology, hemostasis and thrombosis, and research methods. He conducts research and publishes in the areas of hematology and hemostasis and he maintains an ongoing research agenda investigating hemoglobinopathies such as sickle cell and hemoglobin C, HIV, typhoid, STDs, and other medical conditions in Haiti, as well as the development of novel diagnostic testing for underdeveloped countries. He is active in the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science and is a frequent presenter at local, state and national levels.
Dr. Randolph is also founder and president of Randolph World Ministries, Inc. a medical mission ministry that establishes and develops medical services in existing clinics in Haiti (www.randolphworldministries.org). He is married with five children (Emily, Christina, Dawson, Joshua and Harrison) and lives in Fenton, MO a south suburb of St. Louis, MO.