Welcome Dr. Martin H. Bluth as Editor-in-Chief in Journal of Applied Clinical Pathology
Martin H. Bluth, MD, PhD
Dr. Bluth completed his MD and PhD (Immunology) degrees at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, residency in Clinical Pathology at Kings County Hospital, fellowship training in Transfusion Medicine at the New York Blood Center and post-doctoral fellowship in tumor markers at the Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center in NY. He maintains board certification in his disciplines. He currently serves as Chief Medical Officer for Consolidated Laboratory Management Systems, holds appointments as Professor of Pathology at Wayne State University School of Medicine, Medical Director of Pathology Laboratories for Michigan Surgical Hospital, and National Medical Director for Kids Kicking Cancer. He also serves as Associate Editor for Henry’s Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods, the premier textbook on Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine as well as other laboratory medicine related works. He has pioneered biomarker discovery platforms for use towards clinical applications and entrepreneurial start-up companies, serves on numerous committees including the Michigan State Medical Society Committee on Health Care Quality, Efficiency and Economics, has authored over 250 publications, and is sought after for speaking engagements worldwide.
Martin H. Bluth , M.D., Ph.D.
Editor-in-Chief Journal of Applied Clinical Pathology (JACP)
Department of Pathology
Wayne State University, MI, USA