Resources for medical students

Scientists to follow

David R. Lucas, M.D.

A. James French Professor and Director of Anatomic Pathology

Special areas of expertise include Breast Pathology, Bone Pathology, Cardiac Pathology, Dermatopathology, Electron Microscopy,  Endocrine, Thyroid, Gastrointestinal and Hepatic Pathology, Genitourinary Pathology, Gynecologic Pathology,  Head and Neck Pathology,  Neuropathology, Ophthalmic Pathology, Pediatric Pathology, Pulmonary Pathology, Renal Pathology and Soft Tissue Pathology.

David F. Keren, M.D. Professor and Director
Division of Clinical Pathology
Duane W. Newton, Ph.D. Associate Professor and Associate Director
Division of Clinical Pathology

Blood bank and Transfusion Medicine
Chemical Pathology including Immunology, Special Chemistry, Drug Analysis & Toxicology
Hematopathology including Bone Marrow,Coagulation, Flow Cytometry, Hematology, & Urinalysis
Clinical Microbiology
Histocompatability (Tissue Typing)
Molecular Diagnostics
Specimen Processing & Phlebotomy Services

Aldred S. Warthin Professor

the department of Pathology

Auxiliary Medical Reviewers

Andro You, MD, MBA, MHA – Emergency Medicine

Micheal Ho, PharmD, MS – Pharmacology

Jayden Das, MD, MPH, FAAP – Pediatric Infectious Disease Subspecialist, Pediatrics

Madelyn Holloway, RN, MEd

Patric Smith DDS – Dentistry-General

Sam Krucik, MD, MBA – Internal Medicine, Information Technology

Olinda Namkung, MD – Plastic Surgery

Melvin Kelbach, RNC-OB – Obstetrics

Wyn Mena, MD – Pediatrics, Internal Medicine

Resources for Student Physicians and medical stuff

Clinical Chemistry Resources:

  1. Progesterone: Häggström, Mikael (2014). “Reference ranges for estradiol, progesterone, luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone during the menstrual cycle”. WikiJournal of Medicine. 1 . doi:10.15347/wjm/2014.001. ISSN 2002-4436.

Hematology Resources:

Some variation is likely between these numbers and the reference range reported by the lab that ran your test. Please consult your doctor. For more information on reference ranges, please read Reference Ranges and What They Mean.

  1. from Henry’s Clinical Diagnosis and Management by Laboratory Methods. 22nd ed. McPherson R, Pincus M, eds. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Saunders; 2011.
  2. Conventional Units are typically used for reporting results in U.S. labs
  3. SI Units are used to report lab results outside of the U.S.


Histopathology Resources:
  • – What is a biopsy? How is a biopsy examination performed? This website gives you answers to these and many other questions.
  • – Information about biopsy results for patients. This site is created by pathologists, the physicians who diagnose cancer and other diseases by looking at biopsies under a microscope.
  • RadiologyInfo – The radiology information resource for patients: Biopsy
Medical Terminology Books:


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