Journal of Medical Laboratory Science (JoMLS) is an international, online/print, open access, peer-reviewed journal, which is published by the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria.
The Journal of Medical Laboratory Science (JoMLS) is a quarterly publication of the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria. It publishes high quality, original Research and Mini review articles in all fields of Biomedical Sciences and Laboratory Medicine covering Medical Microbiology, Medical Parasitology, Clinical Chemistry, Haematology, Blood Group Serology, Cytogenetic, Exfoliation Cytology, Medical Virology, Medical Mycology, Histopathology and Immunochemistry. Special interest, New Biological, Laboratory case reports, Diagnostic Reagents and Fabricated Laboratory hardware. Molecular Biology articles involving “Omic” technologies such as Genomics, Transcriptomics, Proteomics, and Metabolomics will be highly considered. Advances that have reached an acceptable degree of completion in Biochemical and Pathophysiological Mechanisms may also be considered for publication in the JoMLS.
Below is a snapshot of some of some articles from our volumes of published journals. For more comprehensive listings, visit our current publications and archives pages.
AEJ Okwori, NR Okobi, J Ogbaji, OF Okwori, GON Echeonwu
JE Njab, JO Ogunlewe, GRA Okogun
OA Ogundahunsi, A Azenabor, CO Ugwo, OA Ekun, AE Adejare
JG Damen, SL Kela, A Uba, MM Suleiman, S Ugoche, J Mutihir
AE Moses, EB Bassey, SB Udoh
PC Ene, SD Abbey, CG Madubuattah
The board comprises of the President of AMLSN, a Chief Editor and numerous others for each of the nine sections of this medical journal.
Dr Bassey Enya Bassey, who is the current National President of the Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists of Nigeria (AMLSN), is a public health scientist with over 31 years of experience working in the Nigerian public health sector. His area of expertise cuts across, but not limited to fields of epidemiology, outbreak response, infectious disease control and policy management.
Having spent over a decade working in World Health Organization’s Expanded program on Immunization (EPI) serving in various capacities from National Surveillance Officer to State Coordinator of WHO EPI projects in three significant states in Nigeria, Dr Bassey knows what truly drives the successful planning and implementation of EPI projects- and it is not how many professional accolades you show up with to an event. It is actually how well you connect with the heart-beating people you are trying to help and how well you communicate your understanding back to them.
Dr Kingsley Anukam has over 15 years experience conducting clinical laboratory research, teaching at post-secondary level, extensive writing, research, product development, and publication capabilities that resulted in over 80 scientific research publications in peer-reviewed journals.
Dr Kingsley Anukam is the current Editor-in-chief of this journal.
Doctorate degree in Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Master degree in Health Planning and Management and Bachelor's degree in Medical Laboratory Science. Vast experience in Human Microbiome sequencing with Illumina MiSeq and Oxford Nanopore MinION sequencers. Mining metagenomics information in relation to health and diseases. Own an Intellectual property ready to be scaled up.
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