Aim of the Journal
The Sokoto Journal of Medical Laboratory Sciences (SJMLS) was borne out of the desire to improve academic and scholarly activities in the Faculty of Medical Laboratory Science in Usmanu Danfodiyo University. It is also geared towards profiling and dissemination of scientific information on the contributions of Medical Laboratory Professions.
The SJMLS is committed to publishing high quality original research articles and reviews across all specialties of Medical Laboratory Science and relevant fields that is cutting edge and that represents a clear advance in the practice of Medical Laboratory Science. The aim of the Journal is to provide a platform for the dissemination of new and innovative information on the diagnosis and management of diseases to facilitate the rendering of a quality improving diagnostic service delivery and improved quality of life for patients.
Sokoto Journal of Medical Laboratory Science is an international peer-reviewed medical laboratory science journal covering all aspects of Medical Laboratory Science. The journal will accept articles dealing with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases. The Journal welcomes original articles from all the fields related to Medical Laboratory Science including;
- Blood Transfusion science
- Clinical Biochemistry
- Medical Microbiology
- Medical Microbiology
- Medical Virology
Prof. Osaro Erhabor (Ph.D, FIBMS, Csci, SCTSP, AMLSCN)
Editorial Board Members
Prof. L.S. Bilbis (Dept. of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, UDU, Sokoto, Nigeria).
Prof. D.M. Bolarin (Dept. of Chemical Pathology Chemical Pathology, CHS, UDU, Sokoto).
Prof. D.E. Agbonlahor (Dept. of Medical Microbiology Ambrose Alli University Ekpoma, Edo State)
Prof. P.O. Anaja (Dept. of Chemical Pathology, Faculty of Medicine Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria).
Prof. B.M. Agaie (Dept of Vet Pharmacology & Toxicology, Fac. of Vet Medicine, UDUS).
Assoc. Prof. Ifedayo Ajayi (Dept. of Physiology University of Benin, Benin City, Edo State).
Dr. A.S. Mainasara (Dept. of Chemical Pathology Faculty of Medical Laboratory Science UDUS).
Dr. A. S. Kumurya (Dept. of Med. Lab Science, Bayero University, Kano).
Dr. M.H. Yeldu (Dept. of Chemical Pathology Faculty of Medical Laboratory Science UDUS).
Dr. M.K. Dallatu (Dept. of Chemical Pathology Faculty of Medical Laboratory Science UDUS).
Prof. S. H. Wara (Dept. of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, UDU, Sokoto, Nigeria).
Prof. M. G. Abubakar (Dept. of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, UDU, Sokoto, Nigeria).
Prof. U.Z. Faruq (Dept. of Applied Chem., UDU, Sokoto, Nigeria).
Prof. O.O. Obioma (Department of Histopathology, Abia State University).
Prof. L. Nimzing (Department of Medical Laboratory Science, University of Jos).
Prof. Z.A. Jeremiah (Department of Med. Lab. Science, Niger Delta Uni. Amassoma).
Prof. T.C. Adias (Department of Med. Lab. Science, Federal University Otuoke Bayelsa State).
Prof. M. Y. Gwarzo (Dept. of Med. Lab Science, Bayero University, Kano).
Prof. S. A. Akuyam (Dept of Chem. Path., Faculty of Medicine ABU, Zaria).
Assoc. Prof. N. K. Nnamah (Department of Chem. Path., Nnamdi Azikiwe Univ. Nnewi).
Assoc. Prof. A. Emokpae (Dept. of Med. Lab Science, Uni. of Benin).
Dr T. Oduola (Department of Chemical Pathology Faculty of Medical Laboratory Science UDUS).
Dr. F.P. Udomah (Department of Haematology and Blood Transfusion Science UDUS).
Dr. S. M. Sahabi (Dept. of Morbid Anatomy & Forensic Med., CHS, UDU, Sokoto).
Dr. J.A. Okwori (Dept. of Med. Micro., Federal College of Veterinary & Med. Lab. Tech., Vom).
Dr F. Ajeneye (Haematology Department, Kings College Hospital NHS Trust London, UK).
Dr. M. Hassan (Dept. of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, College of Health Science, UDUS, Sokoto).