Andrew is from the western part of New York State, where he earned his undergraduate and
medical degrees. He trained in anatomic and clinical pathology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, where he also completed fellowships in pathology informatics and cytopathology. Andrew joined the faculty in August of 2015. He is the Medical Director of Pathology Informatics at Parkland Hospital and UT Southwestern Medical Center. His clinical and investigational interests include advanced imaging modalities, information systems optimization and data-driven approaches to quality assurance and improvement.
Andrew enjoys participating in all levels of medical education, which he has done since medical school. He first realized his love for pathology as a research assistant at the University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester, New York, where he constructed databases for the faculty and implemented a tissue microarray program.
Andrew is board certified in anatomic and clinical pathology with subspecialty certification in cytopathology. He is a member of the College of American Pathologists’ In Vivo Microscopy Committee.
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- Medical School
- SUNY Upstate Medical University (2009)
- Harvard Medical School/Brigham & Women's Hospital (2013), Anatomic & Clinical Pathology
- Partners HealthCare (2014), Pathology Informatics
- Harvard Medical School/Brigham & Women's Hospital (2015), Cytopathology
- Environmental components and methods for engaging pathology residents in informatics training.
- Garcia CA, Baron JM, Beckwith BA, Brodsky V, Dighe AS, Gudewicz TM, Kim JY, Klepeis VE, Lane WJ, Lee RE, Levy BP, Mahowald MA, Mandelker D, McClintock DS, Quinn AM, Rao LK, Riedlinger GM, Rudolf J, Gilbertson JR J Pathol Inform 2015 6 42
- The ongoing evolution of the core curriculum of a clinical fellowship in pathology informatics.
- Quinn AM, Klepeis VE, Mandelker DL, Platt MY, Rao LK, Riedlinger G, Baron JM, Brodsky V, Kim JY, Lane W, Lee RE, Levy BP, McClintock DS, Beckwith BA, Kuo FC, Gilbertson JR J Pathol Inform 2014 5 22
- Pathology informatics fellowship training: Focus on molecular pathology.
- Mandelker D, Lee RE, Platt MY, Riedlinger G, Quinn A, Rao LK, Klepeis VE, Mahowald M, Lane WJ, Beckwith BA, Baron JM, McClintock DS, Kuo FC, Lebo MS, Gilbertson JR J Pathol Inform 2014 5 11
- The 2013 symposium on pathology data integration and clinical decision support and the current state of field.
- Baron JM, Dighe AS, Arnaout R, Balis UJ, Black-Schaffer WS, Carter AB, Henricks WH, Higgins JM, Jackson BR, Kim J, Klepeis VE, Le LP, Louis DN, Mandelker D, Mermel CH, Michaelson JS, Nagarajan R, Platt ME, Quinn AM, Rao L, Shirts BH, Gilbertson JR J Pathol Inform 2014 5 2
- Polypectomy is adequate treatment for adenoma-like dysplastic lesions (DALMs) in Crohn's disease.
- Quinn AM, Farraye FA, Naini BV, Cerda S, Coukos J, Li Y, Khor T, Odze RD Inflamm. Bowel Dis. 2013 May 19 6 1186-93
- Tissue microarray-based immunohistochemical study can significantly underestimate the expression of HER2 and progesterone receptor in ductal carcinoma in situ of the breast.
- Lin Y, Hatem J, Wang J, Quinn A, Hicks D, Tang P Biotech Histochem 2011 Oct 86 5 345-50
- Tissue array construction: pitfalls, problems, and progress.
- Quinn AM, Tang P, Yang Q, Bourne PA Appl. Immunohistochem. Mol. Morphol. 2008 May 16 3 287-90
- Expression patterns of ER-alpha, PR, HER-2/neu, and EGFR in different cell origin subtypes of high grade and non-high grade ductal carcinoma in situ.
- Tang P, Wang X, Schiffhauer L, Wang J, Bourne P, Yang Q, Quinn A, Hajdu S Ann. Clin. Lab. Sci. 2006 36 2 137-43
- Relationship between nuclear grade of ductal carcinoma in situ and cell origin markers.
- Tang P, Wang X, Schiffhauer L, Wang J, Bourne P, Yang Q, Quinn A, Hajdu SI Ann. Clin. Lab. Sci. 2006 36 1 16-22
- Differential expression of interleukin-8 and its receptors in the neuroendocrine and non-neuroendocrine compartments of prostate cancer.
- Huang J, Yao JL, Zhang L, Bourne PA, Quinn AM, di Sant'Agnese PA, Reeder JE Am. J. Pathol. 2005 Jun 166 6 1807-15
Chapter 10: In Vivo Microscopy. In Digital Pathology: Historical Perspectives, Current Concepts & Future Applications. 1st ed.
Amacher A, Garcia C, Quinn A. (2016). Switzerland, Springer International Publishing
Honors & Awards
- Partners in Excellence Team Award
Awarded by Partners HealthCare, Boston, MA (2014)
- Travel Award
Awarded by Association for Pathology Informatics (2012)
- American Society of Cytopathology
- Association for Pathology Informatics
- College of American Pathologists -In Vivo Microscopy Committee Member