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The following is a brief outline of my professional activities after I became a Pathologist. 

I am currently a board certified Pathologist in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology (2007) with american board of pathology AP/CP recertification (2017). I have been working in the area of Pathology for 28 years. I finished a 3 year AP residency in Colombia in 1992. After graduation, I worked as Anatomic Pathologist for 8 years at the General Hospital, an academic Hospital in Medellin, Colombia.  I was  in charge of tumor board, teaching conferences,  coordinator of the Pathology rotation for Surgery and OB-Gyn residents and also adjunct professor of the Faculty of Medicine of CES and Pontificia Bolivariana University.  

In 2000, I moved to USA.  I started a 5 year AP/CP Pathology residency program at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio (UTHSCSA) and graduated June 2005. My fourth year of residency was a fellowship in Cytopathology.  

I have been working as a Pathologist  for 12 years in private practice in Florida.  In my hospital, I cover a population of retired people with great variety of oncologic cases. My duties in the hospital are both Surgical and Clinical Pathology. I am a member of the Surgery Committee, Medical Care Committee and frequently represent the Pathology Department at the Executive Committee.

My professional interest significantly favors general Surgical Pathology, Cytopath, Gyn Path and I also have a special learning interest in the area of Hematopath.  We have a lot of lymphomas and leukemias in our community and I have performed hundreds of bone marrow biopsies in my 11 years of practice.  I send the flow cytometry and molecular studies to a reference lab but I always try to learn from the hematopathologist interpretation of those tests.  I worked with Telepathology  for the interpretation of my immunostains and I also use image computer assisted technology for the interpretation of breast prognostic markers and MSI. 

In 2008, I voluntarily trained to become a team leader inspector for the college of American Pathologist and subsequently inspected as team leader three  Florida Hospitals for the CAP accreditation. 

In 2009, I created this website and  for 8 years I have been publishing  interesting cases and a lot of pathology information. By keeping my website up to date I have found an excellent tool and discipline that helps me to be current in Pathology. I also feel very fortunate because this website is really a hobby helping me to fulfill three things that I really love: Pathology, informatics and teaching.  I really hope that my effort may be useful for pathology education and motivating for pathologists visiting my site. To make this page available to more people, I am  also going to publish occasionally articles in my native Spanish, for pathologist that do not read in English language. 

In 2017 I created  a facebook  and a Twiter pages to share AP and CP information and cases with other collegues.  The name of my Twiter page is @Andresangel3. My facebook page is  

I also  created in 2015 a  Flickr gallery of interesting cases. You can visit my pictures in the page


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