Elections 2022

All active MSET members are eligible to vote, ballots must be submitted by Nov 30.

Elections for the MSET Board of Directors are now open for voting until Nov 30. All active and student MSET members are eligible to vote for the candidate of their choice to best advance MSET's Mission of providing quality and affordable educational opportunities throughout the State of Michigan. The following positions are on the ballot: President Elect, Secretary/Treasurer, and four Board Members. Election results will be announced by December 15.
I've worked at Corewell Health (Beaumont Hospital) for 10 years and gained the bulk of my knowledge and training being a neurodiagnostic technologist for 22 years. I have been the Lead Technologist for six years for both EEG and EMU Department and a MEG Technologist for over a year now. I had the pleasure of working and training at Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit for 7 years and completed my Bachelor of Science Degree in Radiologic Technology in the Philippines. I have served as MSET Board of Directors for the past 3 years and presented at 2 lectures at MSET meetings. My primary interest is MEG, EMU and ICU settings. I feel that my experience has allowed me to learn from many different amazing professionals in our field. Contributions if re-elected: I have a strong desire to help move the neurodiagnostic profession forward in a positive way. I would like to continue MSET’s goal to provide informative and affordable seminars for continuing education. I would also like to encourage the membership at all levels to become more active in MSET to help provide more opportunities for education, such as webinars and workshops. I feel blessed to have met so many amazing people that have helped me grow in my NDT career and as MSET Board Member. I love to give back. I have a passion for teaching and training others in a gentle comfortable way that fosters confidence and personal and professional growth. I love to see others develop the same passion I have for providing our patients the best quality care and services.
Laura Ronse is the Director of Neurodiagnostic Services at Michigan Institute for Neurological Disorders. She is a goal driven, compassionate, energetic, accountable professional with 43 years of hands-on experience performing various neurodiagnostic testing in a fast-paced clinic and hospital settings. Laura has worked at MIND for 34 years as a technologist and lead technologist and was promoted to managing the operations of the Neurodiagnostic laboratory in 2014. Laura promotes a positive and collaborative culture and fosters relationships by example, demonstrating team work while providing excellent patient care. She is adaptable and accustomed to the integration of new and changing health care delivery systems, restructuring of work and increasingly complex regulatory systems. She utilizes strong communication, organization and problem- solving skills and liaises with various departments, physicians and vendors. In addition to working at MIND, Laura worked at Carnegie Institute, she created, maintained and taught the curriculum of a CAAHEP and CoA-NDT accredited Neurodiagnostic technologist program, mentoring hundreds of new technologists, ensuring their eligibility to complete the ABRET national examination with an average pass rate of 93%. At Carnegie she successfully maintained 20 clinical sites. She also acted as Job placement coordinator with average 96% positive placement rate and average 93% retention rate. Laura participated in the OCT WA25046 Study- to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Ocrelizumab in adults with primary progressive multiple sclerosis. She has been speaker and lecturer for both MSET and ASET societies. She maintains professional memberships in both MSET and ASET. She has been an associated examiner for ABRET. Laura obtained her ABRET registry in 1980. Family is everything to Laura, in her spare time she enjoys spending quality time with her husband, children and grandchildren.
I started my neurodiagnostic career seven years ago with Spectrum Health with training in Phase II, Ictal SPECT, ECOGs, and CEEG. With everything I learned while I was there I was able to get my R. EEG T. and CLTM. Currently I am the LTM shift supervisor for Neurotech. I think I can bring my creativity to MSET. I am bilingual and consider myself a decent artist, which could help with MSET's social media or poster/media production.
I have been in the field for a short amount of time, but I have been trying to make the most of it and take as many opportunities when presented. I graduated from an NDT program in the Summer of 2021, passed my boards shortly after, and have two careers in Neurodiagnostics; one being an EEG and NCV tech at the Michigan Institute for Neurological Disorders (MIND), and the other as an instructor for the same program I graduated from at Lansing Community College. I believe I could bring a fresh perspective to MSET; and with my connections in an NDT program, I can help engage the new wave of techs to become more involved in the neurodiagnostic community.
I have been a neurodiagnostic technologist for 15 years and registered in EEG in 2018. I currently work at Corewell Health William Beaumont University Hospital and enjoy all the challenging work in my position of Tech II, especially the EMU monitoring. MSET meetings have been instrumental in my career. At a MSET meeting Eileen Hyde announced Beaumont was hiring and a few months later I was hired. MSET is a great way for techs to learn new things and meet other technologists and brush up on their skills at an affordable cost. I would like to serve on the MSET board to help others enjoy all that MSET has to offer.

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