Resume

Lyle W. Hayes PhD, DABCC

EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS

 

B.A.   Chemistry - Colorado College         

Ph.D.   Biochemistry/Biophysics - Oregon State University  

Clinical Resident, Clinical Chemistry and Toxicology - Oregon Health Sciences University

NYSDOH Laboratory Director Certificate of Qualification, Forensic Toxicology

Diplomat, American Board of Clinical Chemistry

Full Member, Society of Forensic Toxicology

 

EXPERIENCE


Director, Startnew Medical PC Laboratory,  Wappingers Falls, NY 2015-present

-Oversee Pain Management POL.

Director, Restoration Sports and Spine Center Laboratory, Dobbs Ferry NY 2015-present

               -Oversee Pain Management POL

Director,
Saratoga :Laboratories,  2008-2009

Associate Director, Saratoga Laboratories. 2006-2007

-Maintain laboratory certification and compliance with NYSDOH inspection and proficiency program for urine and hair drugs of abuse testing. Certify all results and maintain quality assurance and control. Supervise laboratory personnel and operations. Develop, validate, and implement analytic methods on GC/MS, GC/MS/MS and LC/MS/MS instrumentation.

Laboratory Director, Northeastern Toxicology Laboratory:  Forensic Toxicologist.     1996-2006

-Established and maintained laboratory certification and compliance with NYSDOH inspection and proficiency program. Developed, validated, and implemented urine drugs of abuse EMIT screening and confirmation methodology with GC/MS.  Developed, validated and implemented Hair testing for Amphetamines, Opiates, Cocaine metabolites, Phencyclidine, and THCA and a highly-sensitive Ethylglucuronide method.

Chemistry Supervisor, Leonard Hospital and Seaton Health System, Troy, NY.  1993-1996.

-Supervised chemistry and toxicology section of laboratory, including quality control and quality assurance and NYSDOH proficiency compliance.

Clinical Chemist, Dept. Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY.    1991-1993

-Responsible for supervision of stat lab, blood gas section, satellite and decentralized testing.

Clinical Chemistry Fellow, Dept. Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Albany Medical Center, Albany, NY 1990-1991

Assistant Professor, Clinical Chemistry, Department of Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 1985-1989.

-Taught clinical chemistry and toxicology for medical technology students.  Supervised Graduate Program.

Clinical Chemistry Resident, Clinical Pathology and Toxicology, School of Medicine, Oregon Health Sciences University.