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Eric Hsi, MD, is the Section Head of Hematopathology and Medical Director of the automated hematology, flow cytometry, and immunohistochemistry laboratories in the Institute of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine.
He received his medical training and post-graduate training in pathology and hematopathology at the University of Michigan and is board-certified in anatomic pathology, clinical pathology, and hematopathology. His clinical interests involve leukemia and lymphoma diagnosis, immunophenotyping and molecular diagnostics related to these disorders. Dr. Hsi's research interests include diagnostic and biologic prognostic markers in hematologic malignancy, as well as development of new therapeutics. He currently conducts research sponsored by various government and industry sources.
Dr. Hsi is a recognized expert in lymphoma diagnosis and is the Lymphoma Pathology Cadre Leader for the Cancer and Leukemia Group B. He has published more than 120 peer-reviewed articles and numerous book chapters and is the editor of a hematopathology text book. He regularly participates as faculty in post-graduate educational courses at national meetings, serves on committees for the American Society of Clinical Pathology and College of American Pathologists, and serves on the editorial board of several journals.
hematopathology, immunophenotyping, molecular diagnostics
Awards & Honors
NIH R21 CA123006 Characterization of Methods for Preservation of Phosphoproteins in Fixed Tissues, Principal Investigator
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