Pathologist Dr. Stanley Lo Wins National Clinical Chemistry Award
Stanley Lo, PhD, associate professor of pathology at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) and co-director of the biochemical genetics laboratory and technical director of the chemistry and point of care testing laboratories at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, has won a national award from the National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry (NACB).
The Academy honored Dr. Lo with the Professor Alvin Dubin Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Profession and to the Academy. The award recognizes a current or past member of the Academy who has made noteworthy advances enhancing the mission and stature of NACB. Dr. Lo served as president of the NACB from 2012-2013.
Dr. Lo earned his doctoral degree in bioorganic chemistry in 1992 from the University of Minnesota, and completed a fellowship in clinical chemistry at the Washington University of Medicine in St. Louis, Mo., in 1997.
In addition to his supervisory responsibilities in the laboratory, Dr. Lo also teaches residents and fellows in chemical pathology. He has published multiple articles in peer-reviewed journals and is an investigator at the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Research Institute.
The mission of the NACB is to elevate the science and practice of clinical laboratory medicine by promoting research, education, and professional development in clinical biochemistry and by serving as the leading scientific advisory group to the American Association for Clinical Chemistry and other organizations.