Molecular Anatomic Pathology

Molecular anatomic pathology is the study of tissue samples on a molecular level. Sophisticated tests in this discipline can reveal the presence of disease in tissues and cells.

In our practice, we also test cancerous tissue samples for molecular markers that can indicate the best treatment options.

The Role of the Molecular Anatomic Pathologist

If your doctor or pathologist suspects that you have cancer, he or she may send  your samples to our lab.

Our molecular anatomic pathologists will test and examine your samples for certain indicators that may affect diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment, and  our interpretive report will help your doctor begin the best course of therapy.

Learn more about molecular anatomic pathology from the Department of Pathology.

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