Dr. Stanley Lo elected president of the national biochemistry organization
Stanley F. Lo, PhD, associate professor of pathology at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), has been elected president of the National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry: the Academy of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (NACB).
The American Association for Clinical Chemistry is an international society of clinical laboratory professionals, physicians, and research scientists involved with clinical chemistry. There are more than 8,000 members. The NACB is the association’s academy, and is dedicated to advancing clinical laboratory medicine through research, education, and professional development.
Dr. Lo received his doctoral degree in bio-organic chemistry from the University of Minnesota in 1992. He completed a fellowship in clinical chemistry at the Washington University of Medicine in St. Louis, Mo., in 1997
He is associate director of clinical laboratories and the technical director of the chemistry, POCT and biochemical genetics laboratories at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Dr. Lo also teaches residents and fellows in chemical pathology.
Dr. Lo’s one-year term as president of NACB runs through December 2012.