Pathology is a broad branch of medicine. It studies the causes and effects of certain diseases. It boils down to the study or the examination of bodily organs, tissues and fluids to diagnose diseases or identify anatomical disorders as well as the behavior of typical diseases. It is also important in the field of forensics because it helps identify certain body conditions that affect certain person’s expiration.
Pathology has three branches: a) anatomical pathology which deals with the study and diagnoses of bodily specimens extracted through surgery or of the entire body, itself, through autopsy; b) Clinical Pathology which deals with small sampling of the body’s organs, tissues or fluids for further medical study and diagnosis; and, c) general pathology which is a mix of both anatomical and clinical pathology.
Janese Trimaldi, M.D.
American Board of Pathology
University of South Florida College of Medicine, Tampa, FL
Anatomic/Clinical Pathology - University of South Florida
Janese Trimaldi, MD is trained in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. She completed a 4-year residency at the University of South Florida, and received specialized training in the diagnosis of various types of both rare and common cancers at the Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, FL which is part of an elite group of National Cancer Institute (NCI) Comprehensive Cancer Centers. She also trained at the Morsani Health Center with a concentration on women's health which involved the diagnosis of various breast and uterine cancers. She is trained in cytopathology using fine needle aspiration technique as well as liquid based preparations (PAP tests). She has experience in immunohistochemistry and molecular methods, as well as interpretation of laboratory values and how they relate to disease diagnosis.
John H. Irlam, D.O., FASCP
Anatomical and Clinical Pathology, American Board of Pathology
Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Midwestern University
Anatomical and Clinical Pathology, The University of Toledo Medical Center, Toledo, Ohio
Clinical Fellowship in Oncologic Surgical Pathology, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, New York
John H. Irlam, D.O., FASCP, trained in anatomic and clinical pathology at the University of Toledo Medical Center in Toledo, Ohio. Following this, Dr. Irlam completed a fellowship in oncologic surgical pathology at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York. He is currently in private practice and has expertise in anatomic pathology and laboratory medicine. Dr. Irlam specializes in diagnosing diseases through tissue biopsies, surgical specimens, and body fluids and enjoys speaking with patients about their diagnoses, helping them understand complex medical terminology and making informed decisions about their medical care. He is also the medical director of a local clinical laboratory and has multiple publications in his field. Dr. Irlam is board certified in Anatomical and Clinical Pathology from the American Board of Pathology.
Roger Graham, M.D.
Anatomical and Clinical Pathology
University of Southern California
Kaiser Permanente Hospital, San Francisco, California
Dr. Roger W. Graham M.D. FCAP is a board certified pathologist in both Anatomical as well as Clinical pathology and is licensed in the state of Washington and Oregon. His emphasis is on Cytopathology, all Gyn pathology results (Pap smears), as well as breast abnormalities. After a stellar track record encompassing daily, heavy caseloads for a major national laboratory, for whom he was the Northwests's regional Gyn pathologist.
Dr Graham has been the director, and or "lead pathologist" at every place of work he has attended. Dr Graham also has expertise in GI as well as dermatopathology. Dr Graham is currently the director of the laboratory for two major long-term acute care facilities. He is also currently leading all laboratory committee meetings for the new expansions in progress.
Dr Graham has also been an "Expert Witness" in court cases on both the defendants side as well as the plaintiffs.
Dr Graham graduated with honors from University of Southern California (USC) Medical school and is Board Certified in both Anatomic as well as Clinical Pathology. Dr Graham welcomes any questions regarding your pathology results whether male or female in nature.
Thomas Gill, M.D.
University of Oregon, Portland, Oregon
UCLA Medical Center
Los Angeles County Coroner
Thomas H. Gill, MS- MD, trained in anatomic pathology, in the Department of Pathology UCLA. Trained in NeuroPathology at the Dept of Pathology Oregon Health Sciences Center, School of Medicine Dept of Pathology. He has over thirty years experience in Pathology and twenty years in Neuro Pathology. He has performed over 5000 legal autopsies, and testified in a court of Law nearly five hundred times.
Zvika J. Schreiber, M.D.
Anatomic Pathology and Clinical Pathology
Medical College of Wisconsin
Stony Brook University Medical Center
Stony Brook, NY
NY Presbyterian Hospital
Columbia University Medical Center, NY, NY
Dr. Schreiber specializes in the study of pathology and the pathologic process of disease. He is board certified in both Anatomic and Clinical pathology. He has more than 4 years of experience in surgical pathology and as a lab director with specific interest in gastrointestinal pathology and dermatopathology.
Alan George D.O., FCAP
Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Anatomic & Clinical Pathology
Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology
Pathologist, board certified by the American Board of Pathology - 2016
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