Quality tissue analysis has been central to my practice and training in gastrointestinal and liver pathology over the last 12 years. I am actively involved in pathology resident training to dissect, sample and microscopically examine human surgical resections for diagnostic purposes. My research interests bring together human tissue and mouse models of liver disease. My lab has developed standard protocols for harvesting human and murine liver tissue for molecular (DNA, RNA, protein) and histologic (frozen and fixed) analysis. My clinical training in gastrointestinal and liver pathology and my research on liver diseases make me uniquely qualified to function as part of the pathology group.
Biography Updated on 3 July 2013