Daniel Dolderer, M.D. Surgical Pathology Fellow

Medical School:
University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine

Residency:
Oregon Health & Science University

Personal Interests:
Traveling, fishing, hiking, cooking

Reason for selecting UC Davis for Residency:
Great location and people with a very solid surgical pathology service.


Clinical Interests

  • Gynecologic Surgical Pathology
  • Solid Tumor Molecular Pathology

Research Interests

  • Circulating Tumor DNA
  • Epithelial Mesenchymal Transition

CV Highlights/Brief Biography:

Daniel grew up in the swamps of South Florida and spent eight years at the University of Miami, graduating with a BS in neurobiology followed by an MD. Following medical school he completed pathology residency at OHSU in Portland, OR. After a year at UC Davis as surgical pathology fellow, he will move on to Emory University in Atlanta to complete a molecular pathology fellowship.

Publications, Abstracts and/or Posters

ID4 allelic variant is associated with endometriosis and may affect mesothelial epithelial to mesenchymal transition (Poster presented at AMP Global 2017 & USCAP 2017)