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UPMC Presbyterian Hospital

Division of Neuropathology

Room S701 Scaife Hall

200 Lothrop Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Tel: 412-624-9415

Fax: 412-624-5610


Clayton A. Wiley, MD, PhD

Email: wileyca@upmc.edu


The Neuropathology Division functions as an integral part of the University of Pittsburgh's Pathology Department and Neuroscience Program. Our mission is to; create the world's best training program for academic neuropathologists and provide the highest quality of clinical neuropathology service and translational neuroscience research. The Division supports the diagnostic services of the clinical neurosciences at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in addition to extensive tertiary neuropathology and ophthalmic pathology referrals. Clinicians and clinical investigators are trained through case analysis and discussion. Applications of electron microscopy, immunohistology and molecular biology technique are integrated into clinical training. Major areas of research emphasis include; degenerative diseases of the central nervous system (particularly Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease and AIDS), developmental disorders, neoplasia, neuro-ophthalmological pathology and peripheral nerve and neuromuscular disorders. Extensive pre- and postdoctoral teaching is provided through numerous inter and intradepartmental conferences.

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