Daniel Gong, MS MSODaniel H. Gong, M.S., MSO, C-PM (Clinical Service/Laboratory Manager) is an active member of the American Pathology Foundation, Society for Applied Immunohistochemistry, California/National Society for Histotechnology, American Society for Mohs Surgery, and the American Society of Mohs Histotechnology.  Founding Manager of the UC Davis Dermatopathology Service, Daniel maintains the day-to-day operations of the Dermatopathology Service and Mohs laboratories. Daniel brings 22 years of clinical and research experience stemming from his work at the University of Pacific where he earned his two Bachelor’s degrees and Master’s degree in Biological Sciences. Daniel also holds a certification in Practice Management from the American Pathology Foundation and is a certified MTQA (Mohs Technician Quality Assurance) trainer and slide reviewer for the American College of Mohs Surgery/American Society for Mohs Histotechnology (ACMS/ASMH).  Daniel is currently teaching faculty for the American Society for Mohs Surgery and the American Society for Mohs Histotechnology. 

Daniel lectures nationally, internationally, and at professional meetings. He serves on Mohs Societies boards and training committees.  Daniel currently serves on the Board of Directors for ASMH and is on the Mohs Technician Quality Assurance Training Committee for the ASMH. 

Technical areas of expertise include setup and maintenance of Mohs tissue processing, paraffin and frozen section immunohistochemistry including direct immunofluorescence, and regulatory guidelines.  Daniel may be reached at (916) 734-6107 or dgong@ucdavis.edu.