Stanley F. Lo, PhD
Associate Professor of Pathology, Medical College of Wisconsin
Technical Director, Clinical Chemistry, POCT and Biochemical Genetics
Director, Reference Standards Library
Dr. Lo is responsible for the technical and scientific direction of the Chemistry, POCT and Biochemical Genetics laboratories at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. He is also involved with the education and training of fellows and residents in chemical pathology.
- Standardization of chemistry testing
- Biochemical genetic testing
- Pharmacogenetic testing
- Member, American Association of Clinical Chemistry
- Member, National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry
- Member, American Cancer Society
- Fellowship in Clinical Chemistry, Washington University of Medicine (1997)
- PhD, University of Minnesota, Bioorganic Chemistry, (1992)
- American Board of Clinical Chemistry
- LO SF, Doumas BT, Ashwood ER. Performance of Bilirubin Determinations in US Laboratories – Revisited. Clin Chem 50: 190, 2004.
- LO SF, Doumas BT, Ashwood ER. Proficiency testing for bilirubin determinations using specimens containing human serum and unconjugated bilirubin. Results of a College of American Pathologists Study. Arch. Path. Lab. Med. 128:1219, 2004.
- LO SF, Jendrzejczak B, Doumas BT. Total or Neonatal bilirubin in the Vitros 5,1 FS assays? Hemoglobin interference, Hemolysis Index, Icterus Index. Clin Chem. 53; 799-800, 2007.
- Miller WG, Myers G, Ashwood ER, Killeen AA, Wang E, Walsh M, Ehlers GW, Hassemer D, LO SF, Seccombe D, Siekmann L, Thienpont LM, Toth A, Umemoto M. State of the Art in Trueness and Inter-Laboratory Harmonization for 10 frequently measured analytes in Clinical Chemistry. Arch. Path. Lab. Med. 132:838-46, 2007.
- LO SF, Jendrzejczak B, Doumas BT. Laboratory Performance in Neonatal Bilirubin Testing Using Commutable Specimens - A Progress Report on a College of American Pathologists Study. Arch. Path. Lab. Med. 132: 1781-1785, 2008.
- Dietzen DJ, Rinaldo P, Whitley RJ, Rhead WJ, Hannon WH, Garg UC, LO SF, Bennett MJ. National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry: Laboratory Medicine Practice Guidelines. Follow Up Testing for Metabolic Diseases Identified by Expanded Newborn Screening Using Tandem Mass Spectrometry. Executive Summary. Clin Chem 55: 1615-1626, 2009.
- LO SF, Kytzia H-j, Schumann G, Swartzentuber M, Vader HL, Weber F, Doumas BT. Interlaboratory comparison of the Doumas bilirubin reference method. Clin Biochem 42: 1328-1330, 2009.