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Neuropathology –
Division of Department of Pathology, Anatomy& Cell Biology

The Neuropathology Division is directed by Mark T. Curtis, MD, PhD. Lawrence C. Kenyon, MD, PhD serves as the co-director and, along with Dr. Curtis, constitute the Neuropathology staff.  The pathology department averages 100 autopsies, 24,000 surgical specimens, 34,000 cytology cases, and over 2 million clinical laboratory tests.

Neuropathology

A weekly neurohistology conference is provided for didactic lectures on a broad range of topics including vascular and traumatic lesions, infections of the central nervous system, demyelinating diseases, dysmyelinating diseases, glial, neuronal, and extra-axial neoplasms, dementia and neurodegeneration, and skeletal muscle pathology.  Residents are encouraged to attend clinicopathologic and brain cutting conferences which are offered on weekly basis. Each resident is provided a list of recommended reading.

Mark T. Curtis, MD, PhD

Staff
Mark T. Curtis, MD, PhD
Director, Neuropathology Division
Lawrence C. Kenyon, MD, PhD
Co-director, Neuropathology Division