Meet Our Lab Scientists & Technologists
Karen Clark, CLS
I graduated from Montana State University in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and then did my clinic laboratory science internship in Butte, MT. I have worked in various labs during my career and have enjoyed being at the Bozeman Clinic since 2012. Working at the clinic is great because my employers and co-workers are truly wonderful and loving people. I am known as the one who tells jokes and keeps things lively in the lab.
Teresa Galli, CLS
I am from Great Falls, MT, and graduated from Montana State University with a B.S. in Microbiology in 1988. After working at MSU and serving in the Peace Corps (Botswana), I attended my internship for Clinical Laboratory Science in Great Falls at the Columbus Hospital. I have worked as a Medical Technologist in the laboratory at the Bozeman Clinic since 1996. I enjoy working with our patients, doctors and staff, and strive to provide excellent care for patients. I am married (Richard) with 3 wonderful sons: Mike, David and Joe.
Elaine Nielsen, RT
I have been employed by the Bozeman Clinic since 1989 as a Radiologic Technologist. I also work in several other positions as an office coordinator doing billing, reception, scheduling and other duties as needed.
I received my ARRT (American Registered Radiologic Technologist) certificate from St. Vincent’s Hospital in Billings, MT. I have made Bozeman my home since 1978. In my free time I love to spend time with children and grandchildren. I often like to share my love for baking and quilting.
Jennifer Vidmar, CLS
I was raised in Three Forks, MT and graduated from Montana State University with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology. I completed my clinical laboratory scientist internship at St. James Hospital in Butte. I have worked at the Bozeman Clinic in the Laboratory since 1993.