Subspecialty anatomic pathology

Inform Diagnostics’ team of tenured gastrointestinal pathologists are committed to diagnostic precision, providing you the ultimate confidence to care for your patients. We’re investing in modernized systems for seamless and sustainable pathology service which results in optimal patient care.

Specialists

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. 

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 and pathologists.

Subspecialty Expertise

Comprehensive expertise for a collaborative approach to pathology

At Inform Diagnostics, each of our GI pathologists is an expert in at least one disease area of focus. That means each GI pathologist monitors medical literature, vets the latest classifications, and educates their colleagues—elevating the performance of the entire team through comprehensive expertise, and ensuring patients receive the right diagnosis through consensus case conferencing.

Our pathologists’ subspecialty expertise in GI disease includes:

  • Eosinophilic esophagitis
  • Barrett’s esophagus
  • Esophageal carcinoma
  • H. pylori
  • Non-helicobacter inflammatory and atrophic gastritis
  • Gastric polyps
  • Gastric carcinoma and dysplasia
  • Celiac sprue/malabsorption
  • Small intestinal polyps/malignancies
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Dysplasia
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Enteritis
  • Colonic polyps and hereditary colon cancer syndromes
  • Digital pathology
  • Colorectal carcinoma
  • Anal pathology
  • GI lymphomas
  • GI mesenchymal tumors
  • GI neuroendocrine tumors
  • Hepatitis/toxic liver disease
  • Biliary disorders/autoimmune and metabolic liver disease

“The… relationship between our medical staff and the gastrointestinal pathology specialists of [Inform Diagnostics] has served both our patients and physicians very well.”

Gastroenterologist
Baltimore, Maryland

“I am your biggest fan. You guys are the best, and I would never give you up. Even when the endoscopy center sold, I told them I’m not sending to anyone other than Inform Diagnostics.”

Gastroenterologist
Wilmington, Delaware

tracking and patient statistics

Quarterly Reports

Quarterly pathology reports for ASCs

Our quarterly reports provide at-a-glance analysis for your gastrointestinal pathology trends. Understand your quality tracking and patient statistics, particularly compared to Inform Diagnostics’ large database of pathology results.

Clinical Vignettes

Patient cases for gastroenterology

The right GI diagnosis can change—and save—lives. We’ve highlighted patient cases where the Inform Diagnostics diagnosis has given physicians results they could act on with confidence.

Forms & Requisitions

Submit specimens: Gastroenterology & general pathology

Get the forms, information, and help you need to submit specimens for GI pathology. Our Client Services team can help establish your client profile, and is happy to answer your questions.

Scientific Publications

Scientific publications for gastroenterology

See the latest publications from our gastroenterologists, many of whom regularly publish articles in peer-reviewed journals, and author textbooks and chapters.

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring of Monoclonal Antibody in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: Laboratory Evidence to Predict Patient Responses

Authors are Yun Wang, PhD, Kevin Turner, DO, Ahmed Bedeir, MD, Parag Patel, DO, and James Gulizia, MD, PhD. This[...]

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Quantification of the duodenal eosinophil content in adults: anecessary step for an evidence-based diagnosis of duodenaleosinophilia

Genta RM, Sonnenberg A, Turner K. Aliment Pharmacol Ther. 2018;00:1–8. The normal content of eosinophils in the adult duodenum remains[...]

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Association of Acute Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease With Esophageal Histologic Changes

Published in May 2016 by JAMA The Journal of the American Medical Association. Authors: Kerry B. Dunbar, MD, PhD; Agoston[...]

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