I am a surgical pathologist who subspecializes in tumors of the kidneys and urinary bladder, prostate, testis, and adrenal gland. My clinical roles include diagnostic work, training pathology fellows, and active participation in patient care as a part of the genitourinary disease management team. My current research efforts are focused on investigating specific genes and genetic alterations implicated in the development of prostate cancer. We hope to integrate the understanding gained from this research with clinical and pathologic features of the disease in an effort to improve diagnosis and treatment stratification. I am also involved in ongoing projects relating to other tumors of the genitourinary tract.
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