Councils - Pathology
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Friday, April 17, 2015, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Acropolis Congres Centre, Nice, FRANCE
COUNCIL VICE CHAIR:
Cleveland, Ohio, USA
firstname.lastname@example.orgBio coming soon...
Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM
email@example.comDr Martin Goddard was appointed as a Consultant Histopathologist at Papworth Hospital in 1996. He provides a full range of diagnostic cardio thoracic pathology. He is the clinical lead for cardiac pathology including cardiac transplantation. He is Chairman of the National Cardiac Pathology Network and receives referred hearts from cases of Sudden Adult Death. His major research interests are in the field of cardio vascular disease and cardiac transplantation in particular coronary artery vasculopathy.COUNCIL VICE CHAIR-ELECT:
COUNCIL PAST CHAIR:
Brigham & Women's Hospital
Department of Pathology
Boston, MA, USArpadera@partners.orgBio coming soon...
Intermountain Central Lab
Murray, Utah, USA
firstname.lastname@example.orgDylan V. Miller, MD is Director of the Electron Microscopy and Immunostains Laboratory at Intermountain Central Laboratory in Salt Lake City, Utah. He is also Associate Professor of Pathology at the University of Utah. He completed medical school in 2000 at the University of Utah and pathology training at the Mayo Clinic in 2005. His specialty expertise includes cardiovascular and renal pathology, with an interest in cardiac transplantation pathology, vasculitis syndromes, aortopathies, and immune-mediated diseases. He is also a council member for the Society of Cardiovascular Pathology and Chair of the Autopsy Resource Committee for the College of American Pathologists.BOARD OF DIRECTORS LIAISON:
Yale New Haven Hospital
New Haven, CT, USA
email@example.comAs a physician-scientist and transplant immunologist, Dr. Goldstein examines how the innate immune system, in particular Toll-like receptors, impact alloimmunity and transplant tolerance. His work as a board certified transplant cardiologist affords him insights into whether preclinical immunological studies are relevant to solid organ transplantation. In addition, his research involves studies on how aging impacts innate immunity and the role of aging on alloimmmunity. In particular, his laboratory has discovered new pathways by which aging alters inflammation during acute viral infections, atherosclerosis, and information that age-induced inflammatory responses impact the tempo of acute allograft rejection and transplant tolerance.COUNCIL WORKFORCE LEADERS:
Cleveland, OH, USA
firstname.lastname@example.orgBio coming soon...
Rochester, MN, USA
email@example.comJoseph J. Maleszewski, M.D. is an Associate Professor of Pathology and Medicine at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Consultant in the Divisions of Anatomic Pathology, Cardiovascular Diseases, Medical Genetics, and Biochemistry and Immunology at Mayo Clinic. After graduating from Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine, he completed his residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and, subsequently, fellowships in Cardiovascular Pathology and Molecular Genetic Pathology at Mayo Clinic. Dr. Maleszewski's clinical and research interests include diagnostic cardiovascular pathology, congenital heart disease, cardiac and pulmonary transplantation, and pulmonary vascular disease.OTHER REPRESENTATIVES:
Brigham & Women's Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
firstname.lastname@example.orgRobert Padera, MD, PhD, is Assistant Professor of Pathology at Harvard Medical School. He earned his MD from Harvard Medical School, his PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology,and completed his residency at Brigham and Women's Hospital. His clinical specialties are in autopsy pathology, cardiac pathology, and pulmonary pathology. Dr. Padera's research interests include biotechnology, lung cancer, mouse models and transplant pathology.