My interests are in general surgical pathology, as well as quality improvement and process design in anatomic pathology.
Surgical pathology, with focus on diseases of the head and neck, cardiothoracic organs, genitourinary organs, and bone and soft tissue.
I completed my residency at UNC in anatomic and clinical pathology, and then did a fellowship at Stanford in breast pathology. Prior to joining the faculty at UNC, I practiced as a community-based general pathologist in San Luis Obispo, CA, and as a clinical instructor at Stanford where I focused on breast pathology and head and neck pathology. Since I returned to Chapel Hill in 2019, my practice has focused on head and neck pathology, cardiothoracic pathology, genitourinary pathology, and bone and soft tissue pathology. I also perform intraoperative (frozen section) consultations. In addition to my clinical practice, I serve as the associate director for quality improvement in the division of anatomic pathology. I enjoy working side by side with our residents and fellows to help them develop and hone their skills as diagnostic surgical pathologists.
Hamilton MM, Sciaudone M, Chang PP, Bowman NM, Andermann TM, Bartelt LA, Jaganathan SP, Rose-Jones LJ, Andrews ME, Singer B. Unexpected case of chagas disease reactivation in endomyocardial biopsy for evaluation of cardiac allograft rejection. Cardiovasc Pathol. 2021 Nov 3;57:107394.
doi: 10.1016/j.carpath.2021.107394. PMID: 34742866.
Patel SA, Singer B, Shen C, Zanation AM, Yarbrough WG, Weiss J. A case of metastatic NUT carcinoma with prolonged response on gemcitabine and nab-paclitaxel. Clin Case Rep. 2021 Aug 16;9(8):e04616. PMID: 34429997.
Tasoulas J, Lenze NR, Farquhar D, P Schrank T, Shen C, Shazib MA, Singer B, Patel S, Grilley Olson JE, Hayes DN, Gulley ML, Chera BS, Hackman T, Olshan AF, Weiss J, Sheth S. The addition of chemotherapy to adjuvant radiation is associated with inferior survival outcomes in intermediate-risk HPV-negative HNSCC. Cancer Med. 2021 May;10(10):3231-3239. PMID: 33934525.
Masood MM, Singer B, Rose AS. Expansile Maxillary Sinus Mass in a Young Child. JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2016 Aug 1;142(8):793-4. PMID: 270312
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