Cytopathology Fellowship Program Director Committee Short Bio’sUpdated as of December, 2016
Paul Staats, MD – Chair
Paul N. Staats, MD is Associate Professor of Pathology at University of Maryland School of Medicine. He is Assistant Director of Anatomic Pathology for Laboratory Operations, and Director of the Cytopathology Service and Cytopathology Fellowship at University of Maryland Medical Center. His academic and clinical interests are in cytopathology and gynecologic pathology.
Scott Anderson, MD
Scott Anderson is Associate Professor of Pathology at the University of Vermont College of Medicine and Attending Pathologist at Fletcher Allen Health Care. His primary areas of interest are in cytopathology, gynecologic pathology, and education. He is the Vice Chair of Pathology Education, Cytopathology Fellowship Director and the AP/CP Residency Program Director.
Rachel E. Factor, MD
Rachel Factor is an Assistant Professor of Pathology and Cytopathology at the University of Utah and a Medical Director at ARUP Laboratories. Her academic and clinical areas of interest are breast pathology and cytopathology. She is the Director of the Breast Pathology service and Co-Director of the Cytopathology Fellowship program.
Roxanne Florence, MD
Dr. Roxanne Florence is the Director of Cytology and the Director of the Cytology Fellowship at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, MA. She is an Assistant Professor of Pathology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School – Baystate Health. Intra- and extra-departmental committees/tumor boards/teaching conferences she is responsible for are focused on resident and cytotechnologist education and evaluation, quality assurance, physician performance evaluation, and thoracic and thyroid pathology. Her other interests include breast and prostate surgical pathology.
Chris Jensen, MD
Chris Jensen is a Clinical Professor of Pathology at the University of Iowa. He is the Director of the Cytopathology and Cytopathology Fellowship Program Director as well as the Associate Director of the Pathology Residency Program. Interests include fine needle aspiration and surgical pathology with special interest in gastrointestinal, pancreatic and liver disease. Dr. Jensen is interested in teaching fellows and residents through an interactive service-based approach with emphasis on the role of cytopathology in the clinical decision making process.
Christina Kong, MD
Dr. Kong is Professor of Pathology and Medical Director of Anatomic Pathology & Clinical Laboratory Services and Chief of Pathology Service for Stanford Health Care. She is also Director of the Cytopathology Service and Cytopathology Fellowship. She is a board-certified, fellowship-trained cytopathologist who additionally specializes in gynecologic pathology and head & neck pathology. Her research interests focus on enhancing FNA biopsy diagnosis with the use of ancillary techniques, and on squamous dysplasias and carcinomas of the anogenital tract and head and neck.
Matthew Rosenbaum, MD
Matthew Rosenbaum is an anatomic and clinical pathology resident and incoming cytopathology fellow at the Massachusetts General Hospital. His interests include gastrointestinal cytopathology, molecular diagnostics in cytology, and oncoimmunology.
Jennifer L. Sauter, MD
Jennifer L. Sauter, M.D. is an Assistant Attending L1 Pathologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY. She has clinical responsibilities in thoracic pathology and cytopathology. Her research interests focus on lung carcinomas and pleural and mediastinal tumors.
Rulong Shen, MD, FCAP
Rulong Shen is Associate Professor of Pathology at Ohio State University Medical Center, Columbus, Ohio, USA. His special interests include GYN surgical and cytology as well as thyroid and pancreatic cytology. He is currently a member of the CAP Cytopathology Resource Committee. He is the Director of the Cytopathology Laboratory and Cytopathology Fellowship Program at the Ohio State University Medical Center.
Rose Wu, MD, MPH
Dr. Rose Wu is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, with responsibilities in cytopathology, breast and thoracic surgical pathology, and medical pathology. Her interests include fine-needle aspiration performance and innovative methods to deliver graduate medical education.