Greg Naus, University of British Columbia and BC Cancer Agency, Vancouver, British Columbia
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Dr. Naus is a graduate of Cornell University Medical College.
anatomic pathology post-graduate training at New York Hospital
and a Fellowship in gynecologic pathology at Columbia University of Physicians
and Surgeons - Presbyterian Hospital
He served as the Medical Director of Gynecologic and Breast Pathology at Magee - Women's Hospital of the University of Pittsburgh from 1989-2000 and as the Residency, Fellowship and Education Program Director for the Department of Pathology since 2002.
He was promoted to Professor of Pathology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in 2002 and elected to the Academy of Master Educators in 2006.
is the author of over eighty scientific papers, book chapters, abstracts and invited reviews in Gynecologic and Breast Pathology and is the recipient of more than 25 awards for medical education, including the Chancellor's Distinguished Teaching and the Sheldon Adler Teaching Technology Innovation awards; the latter in recognition of his
design of the nationally recognized computer mentoring system: SocraTease.
current research interests include the development and implementation of efficient and effective computer-assisted problem-based instructional systems in graduate and post-graduate medical education, the design of prognostic models of integrated tumor cell analysis in tumors of the breast and female genital tract and the design and implementation of quality assurance and utilization procedures in anatomic pathology.
Dr. Naus joins The British Columbia Cancer Agency as a Senior Consulting Oncologic Pathologist and as Clinical Professor of Pathology at the University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine.