Journal of Clinical and Surgical Pathology

Editorial Board


Prof. David A Hovda

Professor
David Geffen School of Medicine
University of California, Los Angeles
United States of America
Tel: 310-206-3480


Prof. David A Hovda is Professor in Departments of Neurosurgery and Molecular and Medical Pharmacology at University of California, Los Angeles, USA. He is the Director of the UCLA Brain Injury Research Center. He is Past President of the National Neurotrauma

Prof. David A Hovda is Professor in Departments of Neurosurgery and Molecular and Medical Pharmacology at University of California, Los Angeles, USA. He is the Director of the UCLA Brain Injury Research Center. He is Past President of the National Neurotrauma and International Neurotrauma Societies. He received his Ph.D in Psychology, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque (1985). Prof. Hovda has received a number of awards for his research on brain injury and recovery of function. Prof. Hovda is most well known internationally for his translational work on the pathobiology of traumatic brain injury.
Prof. Nahum Duker

Professor
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Lewis Katz School of Medicine
Temple University School of Medicine
United States of America


Prof. Nahum j Duker is Professor in Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and the Fels Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Biology, Temple University School of Medicine, USA. His Research Interests includes A paradigm for etiogenesis of neurodegenerative disorders has

Prof. Nahum j Duker is Professor in Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and the Fels Institute for Cancer Research and Molecular Biology, Temple University School of Medicine, USA. His Research Interests includes A paradigm for etiogenesis of neurodegenerative disorders has emerged which implicates unrepaired oxidative DNA damage in neuron cell death via apoptosis. Evidence indicates unrepaired DNA purine dimers to be the molecular link between intracerebral deposition of amyloid-ß protein [Aß] and neural cell loss in Alzheimer's disease. Aß reacts with the receptor for advanced glycation end products [RAGE], resulting in generation of free radicals; these result in oxidative DNA damages.
Prof. Dana Marie Grzybicki

Professor
Department of Pathology
School of Medicine
University of Mississippi
United States of America


Prof. Dana Marie Grzybicki is a Professor in Department of Pathology at the University of Mississippi, USA. There, she performs research and is the Director for the Graduate PhD Program in Pathology in the School of Graduate Studies in the

Prof. Dana Marie Grzybicki is a Professor in Department of Pathology at the University of Mississippi, USA. There, she performs research and is the Director for the Graduate PhD Program in Pathology in the School of Graduate Studies in the Health Sciences. She received her Ph.D from University of Iowa in 1995. Prof. Grzybicki research interests include Quality assessment in pathology practice.
Dr. Adil Khan

Director
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Lewis Katz School of Medicine
Temple University
United States of America


Dr. Adil Khan is the Director of Point of Care Testing at Temple University and Episcopal Hospitals and Director of the Chemical Pathology Laboratories at Temple University and Episcopal Hospitals and Northeastern Ambulatory Care Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He also

Dr. Adil Khan is the Director of Point of Care Testing at Temple University and Episcopal Hospitals and Director of the Chemical Pathology Laboratories at Temple University and Episcopal Hospitals and Northeastern Ambulatory Care Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He also holds an academic appointment at Temple University Lewis Katz School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor of Pathology. His research interests include understanding the role of adhesion molecules in leukocyte recruitment in health and disease; identifying novel markers of inflammation; clinical trials of point of care testing devices and clinical laboratory instruments. In addition to this he also has served as the Chair for the Philadelphia Section of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry and is an elected representative for United States in the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine Task Force on Point of Care Testing. He has been the recipient of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry Recognition Award in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012 and 2013.
Dr. Jorge L Jacot

Associate Professor
Department of Pathology & Anatomy
Eastern Virginia Medical School
United States of America
Tel: 757-621-6210


Dr. Jorge L Jacot is Associate Professor of Pathology & Anatomy and Program Director of Pathologists Assistant Program at Eastern Virginia Medical School, USA. He received his Ph.D in Physiology at Uniform Services(1993), USUHS and MS in Pathology at University of

Dr. Jorge L Jacot is Associate Professor of Pathology & Anatomy and Program Director of Pathologists Assistant Program at Eastern Virginia Medical School, USA. He received his Ph.D in Physiology at Uniform Services(1993), USUHS and MS in Pathology at University of Maryland (1988). Dr. Jorge L Jacot is also a Vice-Chair at IACUC Committee. His research interest includes ocular pathology and angiogenic diseases.
Dr. Xu Zeng

Associate Professor
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Temple University Hospital
United States of America
Tel: 215-707-2553


Dr. Xu Zeng is Associate Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine and Director of Electron microscopy at Temple University Hospital, USA. He received his Ph.D in Neuroscience at Medical College of Ohio Toledo (1996), MD in Pharmacology at Medical College of

Dr. Xu Zeng is Associate Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine and Director of Electron microscopy at Temple University Hospital, USA. He received his Ph.D in Neuroscience at Medical College of Ohio Toledo (1996), MD in Pharmacology at Medical College of Ohio (1996). His research interest includes renal pathology in kidney disease and transplantation.