Ie-Ming Shih, M.D., Ph.D.

Co-Investigator, Career Development Program

Associate Professor
Faculty in Pathobiology
Graduate Program

Department of Pathology
Johns Hopkins University
School of Medicine
1503 E. Jefferson Street
Room B-315
Baltimore, MD 21231
Phone: 410-502-7774
Fax: 410-502-7943

Dr. Shih graduated from Taipei Medical University (previously Taipei Medical Colleage) with an MD degree and from the University of Pennsylvania with a PhD degree in biomedical science. He finished his pathology residency training and gynecologic pathology fellowship (with Dr. Robert J. Kurman) at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Shih has been board certified in anatomic pathology since 1997. He has spent 2 years in basic research with Dr. Bert Vogelstein at Johns Hopkins Oncology Center. Currently, Dr. Shih is an associate professor and an attending physician in the Departments of Pathology, Gynecology/obstetrics and Oncology at Johns Hopkins. Dr. Shih's specialty in diagnostic pathology includes all aspects in gynecological pathology, especially in trophoblastic diseases. Dr. Shih's research focuses on molecular genetics in ovarian cancer and translational researches in molecular diagnostics for cancer.


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