Mark Haas, MD

Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine



Mark Haas, MD

Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

  • Pathology & Laboratory
  • Renal Pathology

Kidney (Renal) Disorders

Kidney Transplants

Morphologic features predicting progression and treatment response in IgA nephropathy. Pathology of antibody-mediated rejection and Banff classification of renal transplant pathologic lesions. Renal pathology in the classification of lupus nephritis

  • Medical School: Duke University School of Medicine, 1982
  • Residency: Yale New Haven Hospital, 1985
  • Fellowship: Yale New Haven Hospital, 1986
  • Jacob Churg Award for Outstanding Contributions in Renal Pathology, 2012
  • Editorial Board, Kidney International, 2002-present
  • Program Committee, Banff Conference on Allograft Pathology, 2007-present
  • Associate Editor, American Journal of Transplantation, 2014-present
  • International Editorial Advisory Board, Histopathology, 2013-present
  • President, Renal Pathology Society, 2008

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