The Genitourinary Pathology service provides consultative services for biopsies and resections involving the genitourinary (GU) system. The team evaluates numerous prostate, renal, and other genital system lesions both benign and malignant. Expertise is also available for translational research in urologic pathology including murine models of prostate cancer.
Correlation of pathology with clinical markers
Biomarkers in urologic pathology including carbonic anhydrase 9 (CA9)
Fluorescent in-situ hybridization (FISH) for selected common translocations
Expert interpretation of microscopic pathology (core needle biopsies, open biopsies, and excisions)
Urology Pathology Fellowship (Diagnostic and Experimental)
Animal models of prostate carcinogenesis
Translational aspects of human prostate and renal cell carcinoma