Pathology Faculty

Department Chair

Moskaluk, Christopher A., M.D., Ph.D.

cam5p@virginia.edu

Analysis of molecular genetic events in human cancers, including molecular changes in precursor lesions of malignant neoplasms.


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Administration

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Division Chiefs

Anatomic Pathology

Mills, Stacey E., M.D.

sem2r@virginia.edu

Focused on neoplasms & neoplasm-like lesions of bone, joint, soft tissue, head, neck, male genito-urinary tract, female repro tract, breast & lung.


Laboratory Medicine

Gorham, James D., M.D., Ph.D.

jdg8z@Virginia.EDU

Factors affecting blood storage; Immune tolerance and autoimmunity; Immunology of the liver; Mouse genetics.


Experimental Pathology

Goldfarb, Adam N., M.D.

ang3x@virginia.edu

Hematopathology, including morphologic and immunophenotypic classification of bone marrow and lymph node disorders.


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Section Heads

Surgical Pathology

Mills, Stacey E., M.D.

sem2r@virginia.edu

Focused on neoplasms & neoplasm-like lesions of bone, joint, soft tissue, head, neck, male genito-urinary tract, female repro tract, breast & lung.


Laboratory Medicine

Gorham, James D., M.D., Ph.D.

jdg8z@Virginia.EDU

Factors affecting blood storage; Immune tolerance and autoimmunity; Immunology of the liver; Mouse genetics.


Neuropathology & Autopsy

Lopes, M. Beatriz S., M.D.

msl2e@virginia.edu

Neuropathology, Pituitary Pathology, Autopsy Pathology.


Hematopathology

Aguilera, Nadine S., M.D.

na2d@virginia.edu

Interest in lymphoma and spleen, with a special interest in Castleman disease.


Laboratory Quality, Safety & Support Services

Haverstick, Doris M. (Dede), Ph.D.

dmh2t@virginia.edu

The cell biology of signal transduction pathways involving changes in intracellular free Ca2+ leading to proliferation.


Clinical Genomics

Mahadevan, Mani S., M.D.

msm8r@virginia.edu

Focused on human genetics research, specifically, the molecular genetics and biology of myotonic dystrophy (DM), the most common inherited neuromuscular disorder in adults.


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Faculty

Aguilera, Nadine S., M.D.

na2d@virginia.edu

Interest in lymphoma and spleen, with a special interest in Castleman disease.


Atkins, Kristen A., M.D.

kaa2p@virginia.edu

Prognostic features in smooth muscle tumors of the uterus, improving staging analysis in ovarian carcinoma.


Bazydlo, Lindsay A. L., Ph.D.

lal2s@virginia.edu

Liquid chromatography mass spectrometry assay methods.


Bullock, Timothy N., Ph.D.

tb5v@virginia.edu

Generation of vaccines to tumors


Cross, Janet V., Ph.D.

jvc5b@virginia.edu

Molecular Mechanisms of Cancer Chemoprevention & Anti-Inflammatory Benefits of Dietary Nutrient Compounds


Jinbo Fan, MD

Fan, Jinbo, Ph.D.

jinbofan@Virginia.EDU

Genetic predisposition to human diseases; Genomic profiling of cancer; Translating genetic research discoveries into better patient care.


Felder, Robin A., Ph.D.

raf7k@virginia.edu

Clinical Chemistry and Toxicology. Medical Automation Research. Neurotransmitters, cell surface receptors and intracellular second messengers.


Frierson, Jr., Henry F., M.D.

hff@virginia.edu

I provide service in Cytopathology and Surgical Pathology.In addition,I have performed international volunteer services in pathology in the following countries: St. Lucia, Peru, Belize, and Nicaragua.


Goldfarb, Adam N., M.D.

ang3x@virginia.edu

Hematopathology, including morphologic and immunophenotypic classification of bone marrow and lymph node disorders.


Gorham, James D., M.D., Ph.D.

jdg8z@Virginia.EDU

Factors affecting blood storage; Immune tolerance and autoimmunity; Immunology of the liver; Mouse genetics.


Gru, Alejandro, M.D.

aag4b@Virginia.EDU

Cutaneous lymphoproliferative and myeloproliferative disorders, T and NK-Cell lymphoma, EBV-lymphomagenesis


Harrison, James H., M.D., Ph.D.

jhh5y@virginia.edu

Clinical decision support; Clinical process monitoring; Time sequence analysis in medicine; Clinical user interface design; Modeling health-related data and documents; Healthcare data mining; Collaboration support.


Haverstick, Doris M. (Dede), Ph.D.

dmh2t@virginia.edu

The cell biology of signal transduction pathways involving changes in intracellular free Ca2+ leading to proliferation.


Iezzoni, Julia C., M.D.

jci8a@virginia.edu

Surgical pathology with a special interest in liver pathology, including liver transplant pathology


LeGallo, Robin D., M.D.

rdl3s@virginia.edu

Molecular genetics of pediatric malignancies.


Li, Hui, Ph.D.

hl9r@virginia.edu

Gene regulation in cancer, RNA processing; Epigenetic modification; Stem cell and development


Lopes, M. Beatriz S., M.D.

msl2e@virginia.edu

Neuropathology, Pituitary Pathology, Autopsy Pathology.


Luckey, Chance John, M.D., Ph.D.

cjl4y@virginia.edu

Cytokine signaling and transcriptional regulation of red blood cell alloimmunization; Cytokine and transcriptional regulation of immune memory.


Macik, B. Gail, M.D.

bgm3s@virginia.edu

Clinical trials--new antithrombotic drugs or hemostatic agents, development of diagnostic tests of coagulation and platelet function


Mahadevan, Mani S., M.D.

msm8r@virginia.edu

Focused on human genetics research, specifically, the molecular genetics and biology of myotonic dystrophy (DM), the most common inherited neuromuscular disorder in adults.


Mandell, James W., M.D., Ph.D.

jwm2m@virginia.edu

Mechanisms of Brain Astroglial Activation in Neural Injury


Mathers, Amy, M.D.

ajm5b@virginia.edu

Molecular epidemiology of multidrug resistant gram negative bacilli, laboratory detection of gram negative antibiotic resistance, prevention of acquisition of resistant bacterial pathogens and treatment of multi-drug resistant gram negative bacteria.


Mills, Stacey E., M.D.

sem2r@virginia.edu

Focused on neoplasms & neoplasm-like lesions of bone, joint, soft tissue, head, neck, male genito-urinary tract, female repro tract, breast & lung.


Mills, Anne M., M.D.

amm7r@virginia.edu

My research interests center around the use of molecular and immunohistochemical techniques to improve cancer diagnosis and prognostication with specific interest in uterine neoplasia, gyneologic heritable cancer syndromes, and human papilloma virus-related malignancies.


Moskaluk, Christopher A., M.D., Ph.D.

cam5p@virginia.edu

Analysis of molecular genetic events in human cancers, including molecular changes in precursor lesions of malignant neoplasms.


Patterson, James W., M.D.

jwp9e@virginia.edu

Differential diagnosis in dermatopathology, with special interests in malignant melanoma, cutaneous T cell lymphoma, and other cutaneous malignancies, panniculitis, opportunistic infections, and immunofluorescence studies.


Melinda Poulter, D., Ph.D.

mdp3s@virginia.edu

Research interests lie in the area of clinical microbiology, its associated diagnostics and therapy as it relates to the divisions of Virology, Bacteriology, Mycology, Parasitology and Infectious Disease Serology. Specific interests are related to the introduction of molecular microbiology diagnostics to working clinical and public health microbiology laboratories.


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Sol-Church, Katia, Ph.D.

ks5uq@virginia.edu

Deciphering the cause of rare genetic disorders; applying omics technologies to advance biomedical research excellence; rigor and reproducbility in science


Stelow, Edward B., M.D.

es7yj@virginia.edu

Clinical interests are: Surgical Pathology and Cytopathology with special interest in Pancreatobiliary and Head and Neck Pathology.
Research interests lie in pancreatic and head and neck neoplasia.


Stoler, Mark H., M.D.

mhs2e@virginia.edu

Cytopathology, Gynecologic Pathology, Hematopathology, Pulmonary and General Surgical Pathology and Diagnostic Molecular Pathology


Tillack, Thomas W., M.D.

twt6s@virginia.edu

I am currently retired from the full-time faculty of the Department of Pathology, and I am attending on the Autopsy Service on a part-time basis.


Tung, Kenneth S. K., M.D.

kst7k@virginia.edu

Mechanism of autoimmune disease prevention and pathogenesis and biology of regulatory T cell.


Vande Pol, Scott, M.D., Ph.D.

vandepol@virginia.edu

Our studies of the BPV-1 E6 oncoprotein found that it associated with a cellular regulatory adapter molecule called paxillin


Wick, Mark R., M.D.

mrw9c@virginia.edu

Protein chemistry and immunohistology of human neoplasms; clinical outcomes analysis


Wiencek, Joesph R., Ph.D.

jw3zb@virginia.edu

Inborn errors of metabolism, pediatric clinical chemistry and endocrinology


Williams, Eli S., Ph.D.

ew9y@virginia.edu

The role of telomeres in maintaining genomic stability; genotype-phenotype correlation in constitutional disease; mechanisms of DNA repair; implementation of developing genomic technology into clinical practice.