Stanley S. Levinson, Ph.D.
Director of Clinical Chemistry and Immunochemistry. Veteran Administration Medical Center. Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
Graduate and Medical Education:
Dr. Levinson received his Ph.D. in Physiology and Biochemistry from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1970. After a three year Fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Biochemistry and Nutrition, Dr Levinson trained in Clinical Chemistry as a Fellow in Medicine at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Dr Levinson was Chief of the Clinical Laboratories at Brookline Hospital, Brookline, MA, until 1982 and Director of Clinical Chemistry at Sinai Hospital of Detroit and Associate Professor at Wayne State University before coming to the University of Louisville in 1989.
Diplomat American Board of Clinical Chemistry ABCC 1980.
Testing interference by endogenous antibodies, especially heterophile. Studies on methodologies for measuring serum and urine proteins, especially monoclonal immunoglobulins. Clinical and statistical studies relating lipoproteins and other marker to arteriosclerosis.
Relationships between multivariate techniques and risk assessment.
Studies of the interactions between antioxidant proteins and lipoproteins as related to arteriosclerosis.
Department of Veterans Affairs
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Louisville, KY 40206
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