Gastrointestinal, Pancreas, and Liver Pathology

GI Pathology Faculty

photograph of GI faculty of Columbia University



Dr. Antonia Sepulveda Antonia Sepulveda, MD, PhD
Professor of Pathology & Cell Biology
as4400@columbia.edu

Clinical and Research Focus:
Gastrointestinal, Biliary and Pancreas Pathology – integration of molecular testing utilizing genomics and epigenomics for personalized cancer management and precision medicine. Research program in genomic and integrated molecular mechanisms and biomarkers of GI tract cancers (esophageal cancer and Barrett's esophagus, gastric and colorectal carcinogenesis).

Dr. Jay Lefkowitch Jay Lefkowitch, MD
Professor of Pathology & Cell Biology
jh13@columbia.edu

Clinical and Research Focus:
Light microscopy and electron microscopy of the liver, including chronic hepatitis, fatty liver disease, biliary tract disorders, drug-induced liver injury (DILI),HIV-related liver diseases and liver transplantation pathology.

Dr. Helen Remotti Helen Remotti, MD
Assistant Professor of Pathology & Cell Biology
her2007@columbia.edu

Clinical and Research Focus:
Pathogenesis of pancreatic cancer and pre-invasive pancreatic neoplasms.

Dr. Steven Lagana Stephen Lagana, MD
Assistant Professor of Pathology & Cell Biology
sml2179@columbia.edu

Clinical and Research Focus:
Translational research projects in gastrointestinal/liver pathology, particularly questions related to best practices in diagnostics as well as emerging theranostic markers in neoplasms.

Alina Iuga Alina Iuga, MD
Assistant Professor of Pathology & Cell Biology
ai2190@columbia.edu

Clinical and Research Focus:
Inflammatory and neoplastic disorders of the gastrointestinal tract; histopathology of murine models of human disease with a focus on gastrointestinal inflammation and associated neoplasia. 

Dr. Hui-Min Yang Hui-Min Yang, MD
Assistant Professor of Pathology & Cell Biology
hy2354@columbia.edu

Clinical and Research Focus:
Neoplastic and inflammatory conditions of the GI tract, liver, and pancreatobiliary system, with emphasis on understanding molecular alterations and investigating possible molecular targets for therapeutic intervention in unusual neoplasms of the GI tract.

 
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