Dr. Gulati Gene L. Gulati, Ph.D.

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117 South 11th Street
Pavillion Building, Suite 307
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-2682
(215) 923-6757 fax

Medical School
Ph.D., St. John's University, 1973

University Appointment
Professor

Research and Clinical Interests
Gene Gulati, Ph. D. SH (ASCP), a nationally-renowned clinical laboratory hematologist with expertise in blood cells morphology, serves as the Director of Hematology Section. Dr. Gulati is the author of two popular hematology books, "Blood Cells, An Atlas of Morphology with Clinical Relevance" and "Blood Cells Morphology Grading Guide", both published by the American Society for Clinical Pathology Press (ASCP Press). Under his guidance and supervision, the clinical hematology laboratory offers diagnostic services for hematologic, bleeding and clotting disorders. Medical students, residents, fellows, and the laboratory staff benefit from his many years of teaching experience. He is available to the clinicians for consultation on diagnostic work-up of hematologic disorders and blood smear reviews in particular. The section is equipped with state-of-the-art instruments and staffed by qualified laboratory professionals 24 hours per day and 7 days per week.

Other Expertise
Clinical Laboratory Hematology, Coagulation, and Urinalysis

Diagnostic Hematology

Blood Cell Morphology

Automation in Hematology

Product/Device evaluation

Consultation in management and cost-effective utilization of Hematology Laboratory services

Other Expertise
Product/Device evaluation Technic or methodology evaluation

 

Publications

Most recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Aberrant expression of CD56 on granulocytes and monocytes in myeloproliferative neoplasm
  2. Evaluation of automated versus manual immature granulocyte counts
  3. Purpose and criteria for blood smear scan, blood smear examination, and blood smear review
  4. Cellular Morphologic Analysis of Peripheral Blood
  5. Automated lymphocyte counts vs manual lymphocyte counts in chronic lymphocytic leukemia patients
  6. International normalized ratio versus plasma levels of coagulation factors in patients on vitamin K antagonist therapy
  7. Does routine repeat testing of critical values offer any advantage over single testing?
  8. Optimization of criteria for verification of automated platelet counts generated by the sysmex XE-2100 hematology analyzer
  9. An evaluation of the performance of sysmex XE-2100 in enumerating nucleated red cells in peripheral blood
  10. Effects of storage of blood at room temperature on hematologic parameters measured on Sysmex XE-2100
  11. Changes in automated complete blood cell count and differential leukocyte count results induced by storage of blood at room temperature
  12. Criteria for blood smear review
  13. An assessment of the Coulter Gen┬ĚS automated flagging system
  14. Suspect flags and regional flags on the Coulter-STKS: An assessment
  15. Using a vortex to disaggregate platelet clumps
  16. An unusual WBC scattergram and its possible causes
  17. Interference by cryoproteins in the blood with automated CBCs
  18. Blood smear examination
  19. The automated CBC: A current perspective
  20. Advances of the past decade in automated hematology.

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