Congratulations to Jacquelyn Polito, '85, MHA, REEGT, RPSGT, RST, and Chairperson of Labouré College's Neurodiagnostic Technology program, for becoming an ASET Fellow! ASET - The Neurodiagnostic Society provides leadership, advocacy and resources that promote professional excellence and quality patient care in neurodiagnostics and is the premier organization for the profession. Polito was awarded a fellowship in the society - one of their highest honors - on August 20, 2020.
The honorary designation of ASET Fellow is only awarded to those who are outstanding in the field of neurodiagnostics and who have made numerous contributions to both the society and the profession on a local and national level. Polito's induction in 2020 is a tremendous achievement, and not one unfamiliar to Labouré College - she joins fellow faculty members Debra Baydoun, Christine Blodgett, Dr. Faisal Jahangiri, and Clare Gail, as well as retired NDT Chairperson and faculty member Jean Farley, all of whom have received the honor in prior years.
Labouré is proud to call Polito an alumna, faculty member, and chair of the longest-running accredited NDT program in the United States.