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Stephanie M. Wood, MD

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Clinical Assistant Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Professional Background

Dr. Stephanie Wood is a Surgical Pathologist in Anatomic Pathology in the Department of
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. Dr. Wood Specializes in Liver Pathology, Autopsy, Gastrointestinal/ Pancreatic Pathology, and Head and Neck Pathology.

Education and Training
  • Residency, Pathology , University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
  • Clinical Fellowship, GI Surgical Pathology Fellowship, Rhode Island Hospital/Brown Alpert Medical School
  • Clinical Fellowship, Surgical Pathology Fellowship, Oregon Health and Science University
Professional Affiliations
  • Alpha Chi Sigma, Member, 2002 - Present



Dr. Stephanie Wood research interests includes the following, but is not limited to: Liver Pathology, Autopsy, Gastrointestinal/ Pancreatic Pathology, and Head and Neck Pathology. Some of Dr. Wood recently published work includes subjects such as carcinoma of the colon and microsatellite instable colorectal carcinomas.

  • Wood, Stephanie , Orten, DJ, Sorenson, JL. 2008. Branchio-oto-renal syndrome (BOR): novel mutations in the EYA1
  • Wood, Stephanie . 2007. Branchio-oto-renal syndrome. American Journal of Medical Genetics
  • Wood, Stephanie , Gill, AJ. 2017. Fatty acid-binding protein 1 is preferentially lost in microsatellite instable colorectal carcinomas and is immune modulated via the interferon γ pathway
  • Wood, Stephanie , Kahrizi , K, Mohseni , M, Nishimura, C. 2009. Identification of SLC26A4 gene mutations in Iranian
  • Wood, Stephanie , Friedman , K, S, LU. 2016. Medullary carcinoma of the colon: a distinct morphology reveals a distinctive immunoregulatory microenvironment
  • Wood, Stephanie , Stauffer, SL. 2015. Primary extraskeletal Ewing sarcoma of the stomach: a rare
  • Wood, Stephanie , Kochhar , A. 2008. SIX1 mutation
  • Wood, Stephanie , Azaiez, H, Chamberlin, GP, Fischer , SM. 2004. The Spectrum of Deafness-Causing Allele Variants and their Phenotype. Human