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Nika C. Gloyeske, MD

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Clinical Assistant Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
ngloyeske@kumc.edu

Professional Background

I started my career in private practice in Indianapolis.
However, when the opportunity arose, I did not hesitate to become a faculty member at KU. I am excited to bring my unique set of skills to provide care to patients in the KC metro area. I am also excited to share those skills to help teach the next generation of pathologists about the unique and important
challenges in the field.

Education and Training
  • BS, Exercise Science , University of Iowa , Iowa City, IA
  • MD, Doctor of Medicine , Ross University School of Medicine , Roseau , Dominica
  • Residency, Anatomical and Clinical Pathology, The University of Kansas School of Medicine, Kansas City, Kansas
  • Clinical Fellowship, Gynecologic and Breast Pathology, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA
Licensure, Accreditations & Certifications
  • Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates
  • Medical License, Kansas State Board of Healing Arts
Professional Affiliations
  • American Society of Clinical Pathology, Member, 2018 - Present
  • Kansas City Pathology Society, Member, 2018 - Present
  • United States and Canada Academy of Pathology , Member, 2010 - Present
  • College of American Pathologists, Member, 2008 - Present

Research

Overview

Currently, I am working on a research project that involves
looking at the need for surgical excision of a radial sclerosing lesion (RSL). The need to excise radial sclerosing lesions is controversial, so we are looking at ways to identify lesions the need excision.

Publications
  • Cortez Granados, S., X, Batsch, J., X, Lui, A., X, Hessman, J., X, Gloyeske, N., C, Panchal, A., X. 2020. A rare case of group A streptococcal toxic‐shock syndrome in a postpartum adolescent leading to multi‐organ failure. Clinical Case Report. https://doi.org/10.1002/ccr3.2799
  • Ratri, A, Mickelsen, R, Gray, M, Gloyeske, N., C, Marsh, C., A, Christenson, L., K. 2020. Fibrotic Changes in Transgendger Ovaries Due to Testosterone Exposure. Fertility and Sterility, 114 (3)
  • Linkov, F, Elishaev, E, Gloyeske, N., C, Edwards, R, Althouse, A., D, Geller, M., A, Svendsen, C, Argenta, P., A. 2014. Bariatric surgery-induced weight loss changes immune markers in the endometrium of morbidly obese women. Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases, 10 (5)
  • Argenta, P, Svendsen, C, Elishaev, E, Gloyeske, N., C, Geller, M., A, Edwards, R., P. 2014. Hormone receptor expression patterns in the endometrium of asymptomatic morbidly obese women before and after bariatric surgery. Gynecologic Oncology, 78-82
  • Gloyeske, N., C, Dabbs, D., J, Bhargava, R. 2014. Low ER+ breast cancer: Is this a distinct group?. American journal of clinical pathology, 141 (5), 697-701
  • Argenta, P, Svendsen, C, Elishaev, E, Gloyeske, N., C, Geller, M., A, Edwards, R., P. 2014. Hormone receptor expression patterns in the endometrium of asymptomatic morbidly obese women before and after bariatric surgery. Gynecologic Oncology, 78-82
  • Shatat, L, Gloyeske, N., C, Madan, R, O'Neil, M, Tawfik, O, Fan, F. 2013. Microinvasive breast carcinoma carries an excellent prognosis regardless of the tumor characteristics. Human Pathology, 2684-9
  • Gloyeske, N., C, Goreal, W, O'Neil, M, Connor, C, Tawfik, O., W, Fan, F. 2011. Outcomes of breast cancer patients with micrometastases and isolated tumor cells in sentinel lymph nodes.. In vivo (Athens, Greece), 25 (6), 997-1001