Editor-in-Chief: Nauck, Matthias
Editorial Board Member: Fraunberger, Peter / Klein, Hanns-Georg / Klouche, Mariam / Kohse, Klaus P. / Luppa, Peter B. / März, Winfried / Nebe, Carl Thomas / Orth, Matthias / Ruf, Andreas / Schuff-Werner, Peter / Steimer, Werner / Stieber, Petra / Wallaschofski, Henri / Weber, Bernard / Wieland, Eberhard / Sack, Ulrich
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Official journal of the German United Society for Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (DGKL) and affiliated with the Austrian Society for Laboratory Medicine and Clinical Chemistry (ÖGLMKC)
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Aims and Scope
The Journal of Laboratory Medicine (JLM) is a bi-monthly published journal that reports on the latest developments in laboratory medicine. Particular focus is placed on the diagnostic aspects of the clinical laboratory, although technical, regulatory, and educational topics are equally covered. The Journal specializes in the publication of high-standard, competent and timely review articles on clinical, methodological and pathogenic aspects of modern laboratory diagnostics. These reviews are critically reviewed by expert reviewers and JLM’s Associate Editors who are specialists in the various subdisciplines of laboratory medicine. In addition, JLM publishes original research articles, case reports and letters to the editor, all of which are peer reviewed by at least two experts in the field.
Fields of Interest
Allergy and Autoimmunity; Clinical Chemistry; Hematology; Hemostasis; Genetics; Microbiology; Virology; Transfusion Medicine; POCT; Laboratory Management; Pediatric Laboratory; Geriatric Laboratory;
Worldwide, JLM addresses laboratory professionals, clinicians, research scientists and technicians affiliated with medical diagnostic institutions or with the in vitro diagnostics industry, as well as medical staff interested in laboratory diagnostics. The translation of all German-language articles into English and their online only publication guarantees a broad and international dissemination of JLM's contents.
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Laboratory professionals, clinicians, research scientists and technicians affiliated with medical diagnostic institutions or with the in vitro diagnostics industry, medical staff interested in laboratory diagnostics.
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Prof. Dr. med. Matthias Nauck, Greifswald
Priv.-Doz. Kartsen Conrad, Dresden
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Peter Fraunberger, Feldkirch, Austria
Dr. Hanns-Georg Klein, Planegg/Martinsried
Prof. Dr. Mariam Klouche, Bremen
Prof. Dr. Dr. Klaus P. Kohse, Oldenburg
Dr. Jörg Kraus, Salzburg, Austria
Prof. Dr. Peter B. Luppa, Munich
Prof. Dr. Winfried März, Eppelheim
Dr. Carl Thomas Nebe, Frankfurt am Main
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Matthias Orth, Stuttgart
Dr. Andreas Ruf, Karlsruhe
Prof. Dr. Ulrich Sack, Leipzig
Dr. Sven Schimanski, Bayreuth
Prof. Dr. Peter Schuff-Werner, Rostock
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Werner Steimer, Munich
Dr. Petra Stieber, Munich
Priv.-Doz. Dr. Henri Wallaschofski, Greifswald
Prof. Dr. Bernard Weber, Junglinster, Luxemburg
Prof. Dr. Eberhard Wieland, Stuttgart
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