Wendy A. Wells, MBBS, MSc
Chair and Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
E. Elizabeth French Professor
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
1993: Master of Science in Image Analysis in Histology, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith, London UK
1992: Fellowship in Pathology (Cytology and Analytical Cell Pathology), Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
1990: Residency in Pathology (Chief Resident 1989-1990), Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH
1987: Registrar in Histopathology, St. George's Hospital, London, UK
1984: Senior House Officer (General Pathology Rotation), St. George's Hospital, London, UK
1983: Junior House Officer, General Medicine, St. Peter's Hospital, Surrey, UK
1982: Junior House Officer, General Surgery, Frimley Park Hospital, Surrey, UK
1982: MBBS - St. Thomas Hospital Medical School, London, UK
Norris Cotton Cancer Center
Department of Pathology and Laboratory ME=edicine
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
One Medical Center Drive
Lebanon NH 03756
Histomorphology quantification by image processing and analysis
Prognostic indicators and diagnostic reproducibility in breast carcinoma
Morphologic, proteomic and genetic correlates to validate novel breast imaging modalities
R01 CA192803 Pogue/Paulsen (co-PIs) 03/01/15-2/29/20
Optical Scatter Imaging System for Surgical Specimen Margin Assessment during Breast Conserving Surgery
This project is to develop an industry/academic partnership with PerkinElmer to create a system for x-ray and optical imaging of breast resection specimens, and train the system and test with pathology validation.
R01 CA188491 Davis (PI) 07/01/15-6/30/20
Multi-probe fluorescence imaging for rapid intra-operative tumor margin assessment.
The major goals of this project are to use receptor expression profiles from biopsies to compose a personalized cocktail of targeted and non-targeted reference stains for topical application on specimens. This highly innovative correction approach essentially enables rapid, highly-specific gross tissue immunohistochemistry of multiple targets simultaneously.
R01 CA191227) Meaney (PI) 04/01/15 - 3/31/20
Microwave imaging for neoadjuvant chemotherapy monitoring.
The major goals of this project are to further refine and optimize the current microwave imaging technology as an important step towards translating the technology to the clinic.
General Pathology, PATH_121
Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth