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Helene-Marie Goulding

Associate Teaching Professor

Faculty of Health Sciences

Contact information

Energy Systems and Nuclear Science Research Centre (ERC) - Room 2026
North Oshawa
2000 Simcoe Street North
Oshawa, ON L1G 0C5

905.721.8668 ext. 2899

Research topics

  • teaching innovations
  • antimicrobial resistance
  • clinical microbiology
  • bacterial identification

Research and expertise

  • Background and interests

    Helene-Marie Goulding is a medical laboratory technologist registered with the Canadian Society of Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS) and the College of Medical Laboratory Technologist of Ontario. She joined the Faculty of Health Sciences in 2006 as a Laboratory Instructor in the Clinical Microbiology course and is now a full-time faculty member. Her current research project includes antimicrobial resistance of non-invasive Group A Strep and teaching innovations.

    Recently, she was involved with the harmonization of the fourth-year competencies with The Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences in Toronto, Ontario and St. Lawrence College in eastern Ontario. In addition she participated in writing an online self-assessment test for foreign-trained medical laboratory technologists for CSMLS.

    In the summer of 2008, she developed the first virtual laboratory in the Medical Laboratory Science program: an online version of the Microbiology Standard Operating Procedures. During the 2009 CSMLS National Congress, she helped promote this innovative approach to teaching by showcasing the virtual laboratory.

    She was the honoured recipient of the University of Ontario Institute of Technology's 2009 Complementary Faculty Teaching Award.

  • Publications
    • Batson, S, Goulding, H-M, McPherson, K, Moreau, E (2011).  An Educator’s Perspective, Harmonized Curricula: Singing to the Same Tune. Canadian Journal of Medical Laboratory Science, 73(2), 10.
  • Research collaborators
    • Lakeridge Health
  • Courses taught

    Courses taught (past and present) at the undergraduate level:

    • Clinical Microbiology I
    • Clinical Microbiology II
    • Clinical Practicum
    • Clinical Simulation