Clinical Lab Manager launched in 2018 as a sister publication to Lab Manager. Our mission is to help leaders of clinical laboratories become better managers. That mission drives our editorial content, which ranges from in-depth feature articles to breaking industry news. We publish four print issues each year and digital content on an ongoing basis. 


Business: Provides readers with information and tips on finance and business strategy for the clinical lab. 

Management: Deals with strategies for leadership and operation of the clinical lab. 

Regulatory: Keeps readers abreast of the latest regulatory issues in the clinical industry. 

Insight: Delves into key issues impacting individuals running and working in clinical labs. 

Ask the Expert: Clinical industry leaders discuss a variety of hot topics.

Who We Are

Edward Neeb, Publisher


Edward Neeb

Edward brings over 18 years’ experience in the scientific market. Before being named publisher of Clinical Lab Manager, Edward was the publisher of Lab Manager.  He began his career in marketing before holding sales positions for various publications in the scientific industry. Edward lives in New Milford, CT with his wife Jennifer and two children, Brianna and Thomas.  His family shares a passion for the outdoors.


Erica Tennenhouse, Editor

Erica Tennenhouse, PhD

Erica oversees the editorial activities of Clinical Lab Manager. She previously served as scientific content editor of Lab Manager for two years. Erica completed her PhD in Biological Anthropology and published several peer-reviewed papers prior to entering the world of magazine publishing. She lives in Toronto, ON.


John Bilello, PhD

John was the scientific officer of Atlantic Diagnostic Laboratories, which performs a wide range of clinical testing. He was a founder of Ridge Diagnostics, which developed MDDScore, a blood test to aid in the diagnosis of unipolar depression. He has held academic appointments at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, University of Maryland School of Medicine, and Albany Medical College. He is the former director of Technology Development for Translational Medicine and Genetics at GlaxoSmithKline.

Denise Bland, MHA

Denise has been in the field of histopathology for over 28 years. She works at a Boston hospital. Her days are spent striving to bridge the gap between laboratory protocols and best patient outcomes.

Blake W. Buchan, PhD, D(ABMM)

Blake is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pathology at the Medical College of Wisconsin and Associate Director of Microbiology at Wisconsin Diagnostic Laboratories in Milwaukee, WI. Dr. Buchan has an active research program and interest in novel and rapid diagnostics to improve patient care.

Michelle Dotzert, PhD

Michelle obtained her PhD in Kinesiology at the University of Western Ontario.  Her research examined the effects of exercise training on skeletal muscle lipid metabolism and insulin resistance in the context of Type 1 Diabetes. 

Raeesa Gupte, PhD

Raeesa is a freelance science writer and editor specializing in evidence-based medicine. She discovered her passion for communicating science while writing her PhD dissertation, nurtured it as a postdoctoral scientist, and continues to chase it relentlessly.  

Jane Hermansen, MBA, MT(ASCP)

Jane has nearly 35 years of clinical laboratory experience, but she knew she was going to be a laboratory scientist when she was eight years old. She started her career working in the hospital laboratory in International Falls, Minnesota and has been at Mayo Clinic since 1988. She currently directs the outreach consulting program for Mayo Clinic Laboratories.  Jane holds a B.A. in Medical Technology from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota and a Masters of Business Administration degree from the New York Institute of Technology.  

Sophie Laurenson, PhD

Sophie is a scientist and social entrepreneur. Her company develops medical technology for resource-limited settings and offers consultancy services for businesses operating in emerging markets through africanpuffling.com.

Mindy Levine, PhD

Mindy is an associate professor of chemistry at the University of Rhode Island, where she runs a research group at the interface of supramolecular chemistry, analytical chemistry, and materials device development. She has published more than 50 peer-reviewed publications and has received substantial funding from local, regional, and federal funding agencies in support of her research program.

Masha G. Savelieff, PhD

Masha is a full-time science writer and co-founder of SciGency Science Communications. She obtained her PhD in chemistry at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and performed research in medicinal chemistry, Alzheimer’s disease, and cancer biology before becoming a full-time writer.

Kimberly Scott

Kimberly Scott is a freelance writer specializing in health care and medical diagnostics.

Kathleen Swanson, MS, RPh

Kathleen is a pharmacist working for TriCore Reference Laboratories. In her current role as Director of Enterprise Clinical Solutions, she provides guidance on the development, measurement, and optimization of clinical analytics using laboratory data for TriCore Reference Laboratories and the Rhodes Group.