Gastrointestinal Pathology Services
Diagnostic Excellence at Inform Diagnostics
Inform Diagnostics brings premier GI pathology services to clinicians and
their patients. All of our GI pathologists are fellowship-trained subspecialists,
and include nationally known leaders in the field.
Learn more about our GI pathology services on the following pages:
Fellowship-Trained Gastrointestinal Pathologists
Our GI pathologists have a collective 500 years of post-training pathology
experience, having trained and held faculty/professorship positions at
leading academic institutions such as Johns Hopkins, Harvard (Brigham
and Women's and Beth Israel), Cleveland Clinic, Mayo Clinic, M.D.
Anderson, Duke, Cornell, University of Texas, and Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Medical Center among others.
Many Inform Diagnostics GI pathologists continue to hold clinical professorships,
including positions at University of Texas-Southwestern, Tulane and Tufts
University medical centers. Our GI pathologists have published more than
1,500 peer-reviewed studies and more than 150 textbook chapters and textbooks,
and regularly present research at the major national meetings for gastroenterologists
Systematic Sub-Subspecialization for Comprehensive Expertise
As part of The Inform Diagnostics Difference, we systematically assign
specific diseases to each GI pathologist. In this way, each GI pathologist
can monitor medical literature, vet the latest classifications, and educate
their colleagues—elevating the performance of the entire team.
Some examples of our sub-subspecialty expertise in GI disease:
- Barrett’s esophagus
- Eosinophilic esophagitis
- Lymphocytosis and sprue
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Gastrointestinal infections
- Serrated neoplasia
- Gastrointestinal lymphomas
- Liver and pancreaticobiliary neoplasia