2008 Young Investigator’s Award Winner:
Paul J. Jannetto, Ph.D., M.T.(ASCP)
Paul J. Jannetto, Ph.D., M.T.(ASCP), is an Assistant Professor of Pathology at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He also serves as the Director of Clinical Chemistry/Toxicology, Director of the Rapid Response Lab, Director of North Hills, and Co-director of the Hemeoncology Lab at Dynacare Laboratory.
He earned his BS in Clinical Laboratory Science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and worked five years as a Medical Technologist. He then earned a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Toxicology at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
His clinical and scientific interests are centered on Clinical Chemistry, Toxicology, Therapeutic Drug Management, POCT, and Pharmacogenomics. Dr. Jannetto is the author/co-author of numerous articles, book chapters, and abstracts and has presented several talks, workshops, posters, and roundtables.
Dr. Jannetto has been actively involved in AACC since 2002, where he has participated in the TDM, POCT, and Molecular Pathology divisions. Currently, he is serving as the Chair of the Chicago Section of AACC and is on the Nominating Committee for the Molecular Pathology division. In the past, he served on the National Nominating Committee and was the Secretary for the Chicago Section. In 2002, he received the Lemeul J. Bowie Young Investigator award from the Chicago Section of AACC and a Van Slyke Society grant for his research on the use of Pharmacogenomics for Pain Management. Dr. Jannetto is also a member of the Association for Molecular Pathology and is the Past-President of the Midwest Association for Toxicology and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring.