Pathology

  • Meet the Team

    The Division of Pathology is home to specialists with a wide variety of backgrounds and areas of focus. As a team, this diversity makes us better prepared to care for your child’s unique needs. Learn more about our faculty.

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    Division Director

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    David P. Witte, MD
    Director, Pathology

    513-636-4261

    david.witte@cchmc.org

    David P. Witte, MD

    Director, Pathology

    Director, Mass Spectrometry Laboratory

    Professor, UC Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

    Phone: 513-636-4261

    Fax: 513-636-3924

    Email: david.witte@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Molecular pathology; pediatric renal pathology

    Molecular/Developmental Biology

    Education and Training

    MD: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1979.

    Residency: Pediatrics, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., 1979-1980; Pathology, Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., 1980-1984.

    Fellowship: Pathology, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1984-1986; Research Scholar, Pathology, Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1986-1989.

    Certification: Anatomic Pathology, American Board of Pathology, 1985; Pediatric Pathology, American Board of Pathology, 1991.

    Faculty

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    Michael Baker, MD

    Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

    Phone: 513-636-4261

    Email: michael.baker@cchmc.org

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    Education and Training

    Undergraduate: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA.

    Medical School: Louisiana State University Medical Center, Baton Rouge, LA.

    AP/CP Residency: Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH.

    Pediatric Pathology: Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH.

    Certifications: Anatomic/Clinical/Pediatric Pathology.

    Kevin E. Bove, MD

    Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

    UC Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

    Phone: 513-636-4261

    Fax: 513-636-3924

    Email: kevin.bove@uc.edu

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    Specialties

    Research Interests

    Dr. Bove's current research focus is on pathogenesis of biliary atresia and other cholestatic disorders of infancy. He has long term research interests in the early stages of childhood neoplasia and childhood diseases of skeletal muscle and heart.

    Clinical Interests

    Dr. Bove has been a career academic pediatric pathologist at Cincinnati Children's since 1968. He functions as a surgical pathologist, autopsy consultant and electron microscopist with diverse clinical interests. His collaborations with faculty and fellows in many divisions have resulted in more than 180 peer-reviewed and more than 120 publications.

    Biography

    Kevin E. Bove, MD, has 32 years experience as a pediatric pathologist at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.

    Dr. Bove has achieved national recognition as an expert in tumors; neuromuscular diseases; liver diseases of children and performance / interpretation of pediatric autopsies.

    Dr. Bove has and continues to be involved in leadership positions in the Society for Pediatric Pathology and the College of American Pathologists.

    Education and Training

    MD: State University of New York, Buffalo, NY.

    Residency: Rotating Intern, Cincinnati General Hospital, 1961-1962; Pathology, Cincinnati General Hospital, 1962-1966.

    Certification: American Board of Pathology in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, 1967 and 1968; Pediatric Pathology, 1990.


    Margaret H. Collins, MD

    Professor, UC Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

    Phone: 513-636-4261

    Fax: 513-636-3924

    Email: margaret.collins@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Clinical Interests

    Pediatric gastrointestinal pathology; eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases; biopsy analyses; primary study endpoints; novel therapies to treat eosinophilic esophagitis in children; disorders of bowel immunity; bowel motility disorders

    Biography

    In 2011, Dr. Collins was named one of the Top Doctors in Pathology by U.S. News & World Report.

    Education and Training

    BS: Fordham University, NY, 1972.

    MD: Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., 1977.

    Residency: Pathology, New York Hospital, NY, 1977-80; Pathology, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, NY, 1980-83.

    Fellowship: Research, New York Lung Association, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, N.Y., 1983-85; Research, American Lung Association, Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, NY, 1985-87.

    Certification: Pathology, 1981; Pediatric Pathology, 1991.

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    Anita Gupta, MD

    Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

    Phone: 513-636-4261

    Email: anita.gupta@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Clinical Interests

    Pediatric pathology; surgical pathology; electron microscopy.

    Research Interests

    Liver tumors; cardiac transplants; vascular anomalies; cilia abnormalities.

    Education and Training

    MD: Mahadevappa Rampure Medical College, Gulbarga, Karnataka, India, 1997.

    Residency: Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL, 2001-2005.

    Fellowship: The Children's Hospital, Denver, CO, 2006.

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    Richard L. McMasters, MD
    Staff Pathologist

    513-636-4261

    richard.mcmasters@cchmc.org

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    Richard L. McMasters, MD

    Staff Pathologist

    Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

    Phone: 513-636-4261

    Email: richard.mcmasters@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Research Interests

    Dr. McMasters has a research interest in childhood leukemia, lymphoma and bone marrow failure syndromes. His current focus is on applications of flow cytometry in the diagnosis and management of these disorders.

    Clinical Interests

    Dr. McMasters joined Cincinnati Children's in 2008. His main clinical interests are hematopathology and general surgical pathology. He is the laboratory director at Cincinnati Children's Liberty Campus.

    Education and Training

    MD: Baylor College of Medicine, 1994.

    Residency: Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, 2002.

    Fellowships: Children's Hospital Los Angeles, 2003; LAC-USC Medical Center, 2004; Akron Children's Hospital, 2005.

    Certification: Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, 2003; Hematology (Pathology), 2004; Pediatric Pathology, 2005.
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    Lili Miles, MD
    Staff Pathologist

    513-636-4261

    lili.miles@cchmc.org

    Lili Miles, MD

    Staff Pathologist

    Director, Fellowship Training Program

    Associate Professor, Division of Pediatric Pathology

    Phone: 513-636-4261

    Fax: 513-636-3924

    Email: lili.miles@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Clinical Interests

    Pediatric pathology; pediatric neuropathology; pediatric neuromuscular disease

    Research Interests

    Mitochondrial diseases; coenzyme Q10; pediatric brain tumors; classification and grading of cortical dysplasia; hepatic pathology in pediatric NASH patients and animal models

    Education and Training

    MD: The Shanghai Second Medical University, Shanghai, China, 1986.

    Residency: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 2001.

    Fellow: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2003.

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    Joel E. Mortensen, PhD
    Director, Diagnostic Infectious Diseases Testing Laboratory (Microbiology and Virology)

    513-636-5310

    joel.mortensen@cchmc.org

    Joel E. Mortensen, PhD

    Director, Diagnostic Infectious Diseases Testing Laboratory (Microbiology and Virology)

    Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

    Phone: 513-636-5310

    Fax: 513-636-8850

    Email: joel.mortensen@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Research Interests

    Dr. Mortensen's current research focus is antimicrobial susceptibility testing of fastidious pediatric pathogens.

    Clinical Interests

    Dr. Mortensen is a career academic clinical microbiologist in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Cincinnati Children's since 1991. Beyond providing consultation to the medical staff in Clinical Microbiology, his clinical interests include the application of rapid testing methods into the clinical microbiology laboratory and outpatient settings and LEAN manufacturing processes applied to Clinical Microbiology. His collaborations with faculty and fellows have resulted in more than 100 peer-reviewed publications, case studies and text chapters.

    Education and Training

    BS: Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio, 1979.

    PhD: The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 1983.

    Residency: Accredited Postdoctoral Residence Program in Medical and Public Health Microbiology; Baylor College of Medicine, University of Texas Medical School, Pathology, Houston, Texas 1983-85.

    Certification: Certified Laboratory Consultant, American Medical Technologists, 1998.

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    Lindsey E. Romick-Rosendale, PhD
    Director, Metabolomics Core Facility, Mass Spectrometry Laboratory, Division of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

    513-803-2765

    lindsey.romick-rosendale@cchmc.org

    Lindsey E. Romick-Rosendale, PhD

    Director, Metabolomics Core Facility, Mass Spectrometry Laboratory, Division of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

    Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

    Phone: 513-803-2765

    Email: lindsey.romick-rosendale@cchmc.org

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    Education and Training

    BS: Chemistry, Marietta College, Marietta, OH, 2007.

    PhD: Chemistry with concentration in biological chemistry, Miami University, Oxford, OH, 2011.

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    Kenneth D. Setchell, PhD
    Director, Mass Spectrometry Lab

    513-636-4548

    kenneth.setchell@cchmc.org

    Kenneth D. Setchell, PhD

    Director, Mass Spectrometry Lab

    Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

    Phone: 513-636-4548

    Email: kenneth.setchell@cchmc.org

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    Biography

    Kenneth D. Setchell, PhD, joined the tenured faculty of the Department of Pediatrics, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1984, having moved from the Clinical Research Centre of the Medical Research Council, (UK) where he previously held a tenured Scientific position. In 1973 he obtained a PhD Degree in steroid biochemistry from the University of London. He was then awarded a Fellowship from The Royal Society for post-doctoral studies at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden (1974-1975) in the application of mass spectrometry to clinical and biomedical problems specifically relating to the steroid hormone field. He returned to the United Kingdom to a scientific position in the Division of Clinical Chemistry at the Medical Research Council's Clinical Research Centre where he continued his research in the field of steroids, expanding into cholesterol and bile acid metabolism as it related to gastrointestinal diseases. His parallel research discoveries of the first mammalian lignans later led to the discovery of soy isoflavones in humans, their association with soy intake, and established his research in the area of bioactive plant constituents and human nutrition and disease.

    In September 1984, Dr. Setchell moved to Cincinnati to become Director of a new Clinical Mass Spectrometry facility at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center where he is now a tenured Professor in the Department of Pediatrics. His research program is internationally recognized as a leader in several areas of research that established collaborations with other groups from England, Italy, Germany, France Sweden, Canada and Australia. He has consulted with pharmaceutical and food companies, and to industries involved in clinical and biochemical research. Dr. Setchell cites >200 scientific publications and has presented over 250 papers at National and International symposia, while serving on National and International committees and Editorial Boards of International journals. Dr. Setchell was awarded the 1997 Gilbride award by the Canadian Liver Foundation for his contributions to the diagnosis and treatment of liver disease. He received awards from the AOCS at the 3rd International Symposium on the "Role of Soy in Preventing and Treating Chronic Disease" in 1999 for his outstanding contributions to increasing understanding and awareness of the health benefits of soy foods and soybean constituents, and from North American Menopause Society (NAMS) 2000 annual award for his research on soy and women's health. He received the Roche 2003 International Award for Innovative Research in Human Nutrition for his discoveries of classes of phytoestrogens and the 2004 Adolf Windaus Prize for research on bile acids and the discovery of genetic defects in the cholesterol-bile acid pathway causing liver disease.

    Some of his most significant research contributions include the following:

    1. The development of chromatographic and mass spectrometry techniques for the isolation, purification, and separation, identification and measurement of steroids, bile acids and phytoestrogens.
    2. Dr. Setchell and his group were the first to identify lignans and isoflavones in human urine and blood and his studies went on to show that flaxseed and soy protein are the richest dietary sources of these two classes of bioactive ingredients. His proposals that these dietary plant estrogens may be beneficial in the prevention of many hormone-dependent diseases, and his supporting studies led to a widespread interest in phytoestrogens and in the utilization of flax and soybeans as functional foods. He is focused on the role that early dietary exposure to phytoestrogens may play in preventing hormone-related diseases later in life. His group is internationally recognized as one of the leaders in the field of phytoestrogen research.
    3. The identification that diet was a major factor in the infertility and development of liver disease in the captive cheetah population of North American zoos and that this was due to the presence of phytoestrogens from soy meal use din the formulation of feline diets. This work had major significance to the survival of this endangered species.
    4. The discovery of six genetic defects in pathway for bile acid synthesis from cholesterol and which are manifest as progressive neonatal cholestasis. These discoveries explain some of the cases of idiopathic neonatal cholestatic syndromes and account for 2-5% of pediatric liver diseases. These conditions are fatal if untreated, and he showed that oral bile acid therapy successfully reverses the biochemical and histological abnormalities circumventing the need for a liver transplantation, the only alternative treatment. His research group is now an established International center for the diagnosis and treatment of liver disease due to these specific genetic defects in cholesterol and bile acid synthesis and is referred patients from all around the world.
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    Shiva K. Shanmukhappa, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVP

    Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

    Phone: 513-803-4289

    Email: shiva.shanmukhappa@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Research

    Liver repair and regeneration; NASH; metabolic complication of HIV; sickle cell disease; nephropathy.

    Biography

    Shiva Kumar Shanmukhappa joined the Cincinnati Children's Division of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine in 2012 as an assistant professor of pathology overseeing the research pathology core.

    From 2009-2012, Dr. Shanmukhappa was a comparative pathology fellow Division of Comparative Pathology, New England Primate Research Center, Harvard Medical School. 

    Dr. Shanmukhappa was research fellow in Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition from 2003 to 2009 where he primarily worked on understanding the molecular mechanism involved in liver repair and regeneration as well as the induction of pancreatic cells in liver during defective liver repair. He identified the role of plasmin in liver repair. He has shown that plasmin mediates liver repair through the activation of HGF-MET signaling mainly affecting cell motility.

    Dr. Shanmukhappa has an active research career with his primary interests in molecular control of liver repair, regeneration, biliary atresia, NASH and metabolic complications of HIV.

    Education and Training

    DVM: Veterinary College, University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, India,1996.

    PhD: Department of Veterinary Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, 2002.

    Residency: Comparative Pathology, New England Primate Research Center, Harvard Medical School, Southborough, MA.

    Certification: Veterinary Anatomic Pathology, 2013.

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    Grants

    12.5 % effort, Digestive Health Center, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Public Health Service Grant. Jan 2013 – Current. P30 DK078392.

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    Amy T. Sheil, MD

    Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

    Phone: 513-636-8164

    Email: amy.sheil@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Pediatric and perinatal autopsy; placental pathology; sudden unexpected infant death

    Education and Training

    MD: Creighton University School of Medicine, 2003.

    Residency: AP/CP, Medical University of South Carolina, 2007.

    Fellowship: Forensic Pathology, Medical University of South Carolina, 2007.

    Fellowship: Pediatric Pathology, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, 2010.

    Certification: Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, 2007; Forensic Pathology, 2008; Pediatric Pathology, 2011.

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    Rachel M. Sheridan, MD

    Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

    Phone: 513-636-4261

    Email: rachel.sheridan@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Pediatric pathology; liver pathology

    Education and Training

    MD: University Gama Filho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2000.
    Residency: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 2004-2008.
    Fellowship: Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2008-2010.

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    Jerzy W. Stanek, MD, PhD

    Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

    Phone: 513-636-8158

    Fax: 513-636-3924

    Email: jerzy.stanek@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Placental pathology; pathology of in utero hypoxia

    Education and Training

    MD: College of Medicine, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland, 1968.

    PhD: College of Medicine, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland, 1974
    Residencies:  University Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland, 1970-1976; Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC, and Rush Presbyterian-St.Luke's Medical Center, Chicago, IL, 1990-1994.

    Fellowship: Reproductive Endocrinology, University Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Kraków, Poland; 1976-1977.

    Certifications: Obstetrics and Gynecology, Polish Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1976; Endocrinology, Postgraduate Medical Center, Poland, 1977; Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, American Board of Pathology, 1994; Pediatric Pathology, American Board of Pathology, 1999.

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    Paul E. Steele, MD
    Medical Director, Clinical Laboratory

    513-636-4898

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    Paul E. Steele, MD

    Medical Director, Clinical Laboratory

    Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

    Phone: 513-636-4898

    Fax: 513-636-8850

    Email: paul.steele@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Molecular pathology; human endogenous retroviral envelope expression

    Biography

    Paul E. Steele, MD, is medical director of the clinical laboratory at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, arriving in 1999. He came to Children's Hospital Medical Center of Cincinnati from University Hospital of Cincinnati, where he was a member of the laboratory medicine staff for 11 years.

    Dr. Steele's background includes general laboratory directorship, as he was Medical Director of University Hospital's Immediate Response Laboratory for over two years before coming to Cincinnati Children's.

    Dr. Steele has also served as medical director of Diagnostic Immunology since arriving at University Hospital. In this position, he was involved in humoral immunology, including infectious disease serology, autoimmune testing, protein characterization, and allergy testing; he was also involved in flow cytometry, including transplantation, stem cell and HIV monitoring, as well as evaluation and monitoring of hematopoietic neoplasms.

    Dr. Steele has also been involved in molecular pathology. At University Hospital, he put in place a molecular diagnostics laboratory which provided molecular genetic detection of lymphoid clonality as well as chromosomal translocation in chronic myelocytic leukemia. At Children's Hospital Medical Center of Cincinnati, he has become a participant in overseeing the molecular genetic testing for infectious disease.

    Dr. Steele's research interests include the evaluation of human endogenous retroviral sequences and their role in human pathology. This work is an outgrowth of studies he began as a postdoctoral fellow at the National Institutes of Health.

    Specifically, Dr. Steele has created antisera to a biosynthetic fusion protein containing a portion of a human endogenous retroviral envelope gene that encodes a putative immunosuppressive protein. This antisera detects a human protein which is the subject of Dr. Steele's study.

    Education and Training

    MD: University of Missouri, Kansas City, 1978.

    Residency: Anatomic Pathology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston 1978-81; Clinical Pathology, Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, MO, 1984-86.

    Fellowships: Basic science fellowship, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, 1981-84.

    Certification: Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, 1987.


    Keith F. Stringer, MD

    Pathologist

    Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

    Phone: 513-636-4261

    Fax: 513-636-3924

    Email: keith.stringer@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Microscopic techniques for assessing mRNA expression; protein production and cellular identity in eukaryotic tissues; stem cell development and differentiation using animal models such as the zebrafish

    Education and Training

    BSc: University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

    MSc: University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

    MD: University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 1995.

    DABP: Anatomic and Pediatric Pathology.

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    Peter H. Tang, PhD
    Director, Special Chemistry

    513-636-3357

    peter.tang@cchmc.org

    Peter H. Tang, PhD

    Director, Special Chemistry

    Clinical Chemist

    Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics

    Phone: 513-636-3357

    Fax: 513-636-8850

    Email: peter.tang@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Clinical Interests

    In vitro diagnostics; disease monitoring procedures

    Research Interests

    Mitochondrial dysfunction; metabolic disorders; neurodegenerative diseases; hemoglobin disorders; neurogenesis; and therapeutic drug monitoring

    Education and Training

    PhD: Analytical Chemistry, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 1990.

    MS: Biochemistry, Northeast Louisiana University, Monroe, LA, 1985.

    BS: Pharmacy, Taipei Medical College, Taipei, Taiwan, 1978.

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    Dehua Wang, MD
    Staff Pathologist, Department of Pathology

    513-636-4261

    dehua.wang@cchmc.org

    Dehua Wang, MD

    Staff Pathologist, Department of Pathology

    Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

    Phone: 513-636-4261

    Email: dehua.wang@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Clinical

    Pediatric pathology; hematopathology

    Education and Training

    MD: Tongji Medical University, Yunyang Medical College, Hubei, China.

    Residency: Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, 2008-2009; Boston University Medical Center, Boston, MA, 2009-2012.

    Fellowship: Hematopathology, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN, 2013; Pediatric pathology, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2014.

    Certification: Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, 2012; Hematopathology, 2013.

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    Mikako Warren, MD

    Assistant Professor, UC Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine

    Phone: 513-636-4261

    Email: mikako.warren@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Pediatric pathology; molecular genetic pathology

    Education and Training

    MD: Yamaguchi University, School of Medicine, Japan.

    Residency: Pediatrics, Yamaguchi University, School of Medicine, Japan; Pediatrics (internship), University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI; Anatomical/clinical pathology, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI.

    Fellowships: Molecular genetic pathology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX; Pediatric pathology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.

    Certifications: Anatomical/clinical pathology, 2011; Molecular genetic pathology, 2012; Pediatric pathology, 2013.

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    Kathryn A. Wikenheiser-Brokamp, MD, PhD

    Assistant Professor, Division of Pediatric Pathology

    Phone: 513-803-0239

    Fax: 513-636-7868

    Email: kathryn.wikenheiser-brokamp@cchmc.org

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    Specialties

    Pulmonary pathology; pediatric and adult lung diseases

    Education and Training

    BS: Mathematics/Natural Science, Secondary Education Minor, University of Mary, Bismarck, ND, 1988.

    PhD: Developmental Biology, Developmental Biology and Medical Science Scholars Programs, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 1994.

    MD: Medical Science Scholars Program, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 1996.

    Residency: Anatomic Pathology, Department of Pathology and Immunology, Washington University-Barnes/Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, MO, 1996-2002.

    Clinical Training/Postdoctoral Research: Department of Pathology and Immunology, Washington University, St. Louis, MO, 1999-2002.

    Licensure: State of Ohio, 2003.

    Certification: Anatomic Pathology, The American Board of Pathology, 1999.

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