Professor of Pathology
Dr. Lasku has practiced for twelve years in Albania as a M.D. before he came to Arizona. He completed a specialization in nuclear medicine at the University of Genoa Medical Center, Italy. He has trained in clinical chemistry, clinical pathology, and nuclear medicine and has been a member of the faculty of the University of Tirana, Albania. Dr. Lasku currently teaches human pathology, laboratory diagnosis, immunology, and hematology at SCNM.
GNMD 6014, 6024, 6034, 6044; IMMU 5024; GNMP 7031.01, 7031.02; CAPS 6024.
M.S. (clinical chemistry), University of Tirana, Albania
M.D., Ph.D. (tumor markers) from the University of Tirana, Albania
Specialization in nuclear medicine, University of Genoa Medical Center, Italy
“Successful Treatment of an Athlete’s Plantar Warts using a Synergistic Botanical Blend: A case study” (Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine).
“Genetic Expression Analysis of Immuno-stimulatory Botanicals on Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells Associated with Inflammatory Processes” (Experimental Biology).
“Tumor Targeting Potential of the Monoclonal Antibody BC-1 against Oncofetal Fibronectin in Nude Mice Bearing Human Tumor Implants” (CANCER).
“Validation in animal models and in patients of monoclonal antibody BC-1 directed against Oncofetal Fibronectin - A marker of Angiogenesis” (Journal of Nuclear Medicine).