Stanley Lo, PhD

Investigator, Children's Research Institute
Associate professor, Pathology, Medical College of Wisconsin
Associate director, Clinical Laboratory
Technical director, Clinical Chemistry and Point of Care Testing
Co-director, Biochemical Genetics Laboratory
Director, Reference Standards Laboratory

Office Locations

8915 W. Connell Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53226
(414) 266-2508
(414) 266-2779

Overview

Division
  • Pathology

Research interests

  • Clinical chemistry
  • Disease pathology

Study interests

  • Biochemical genetics
  • Neonatal bilirubin
  • Methods for albumin measurement
  • Pediatric clinical chemistry
  • Standardization of clinical chemistry tests

Education

  • Doctorate, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, 1992
  • Fellowship, Washington University, St. Louis, 1997

Certifications

  • American Board of Clinical Chemistry


Education & Awards

Awards
  • Albert A. Dietz Service Award, American Association for Clinical Chemistry, Chicago, 2006
  • Outstanding Speaker Award, American Association for Clinical Chemistry, 2008-10
  • Samuel Natelson Senior Investigator Award, American Association for Clinical Chemistry, Chicago, 2011
  • National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry, President, 2012
  • Outstanding Faculty Service, Medical College Wisconsin, 2013

Research & Publications

Research

Representative publications/presentations

  • 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. 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
  • LO SF, Miller WG, and Doumas BT. Laboratory Performance in Albumin and Total Protein Measurement Using a Commutable Specimen - Results of a College of American Pathology Study. Arch Path Lab Med 2013 137: 912-20
  • Lo SF, Doumas BT, Ashwood ER. Performance of Bilirubin Determinations in US Laboratories: Revisited. Clinical Chemistry. 2004; 50:190
  • 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. Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. 2004; 128:1219
  • Lo SF, Jendrzejczak B, Doumas BT. Total or Neonatal Bilirubin in the Vitros 5,1 FS Assays? Hemoglobin Interference, Hemolysis Index, Icterus Index. Clinical Chemistry. 2007; 53:799-800