Richard Levenson, M.D.
Professor and Vice Chair for Strategic Technologies
Department of Medical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
UC Davis Medical Center
4400 V Street
Sacramento, CA 95817
Richard Levenson, M.D., FCAP, trained in medicine at University of Michigan and pathology at Washington University, and is Board-certified in Anatomic Pathology. A faculty position at Duke was followed by an appointment at Carnegie Mellon University where he began work on developing multispectral imaging approaches for pathology and biology. In 1999, he joined Cambridge Research and Instrumentation, where he became VP of Research and served as Principal Investigator on federally funded research to develop multispectral microscopy systems and software for molecular pathology and diagnostics, three-dimensional small-animal imaging, optical dynamic contrast techniques, and advanced birefringence imaging methodology. Since 2009, he has consulted in quantitative pathology, optical brain thermometry, intraoperative surgical guidance, and pharmaceutical and medical device development. He joined the Pathology Department at UC Davis in early 2012. He serves on NIH and NCI study sections, is on the editorial board of Laboratory Investigation; Cytometry Part A, and Analytical Cellular Pathology, and served as Councilor of the Histochemical Society from 2007 to 2011.