|Name:||Candace H. Schoppe, MD|
|Office Address:||2355 N Stemmons Freeway,
Dallas, TX 75207
|Place of Birth||Fort Sumner, New Mexico|
|Field of Study
(Thesis advisor for PhDs)
|2003-2007||MD||Allopathic medicine||University of Texas - Houston|
|1998-2002||BA||English, Biology||Austin College|
(Lab PI for postdoc research)
|2012-2013||Fellowship||Forensic Neuropathology and Cardiovascular Pathology||New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner|
|2011-2012||Fellowship||Forensic Pathology||New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner|
|2007-2011||Residency||Anatomic & Clinical Pathology||Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center|
Faculty Academic Appointments
|Academic Title||Department||Academic Institution|
|2013-Present||Assistant Professor||Pathology||University of Texas – Southwestern|
|2011-2013||Clinical Instructor||Forensic Medicine||New York University School of Medicine|
Current Licensure and Certification
Texas (current), New York (inactive), North Carolina (inactive)
Board and Other Certification
American Board of Pathology:
- Forensic Pathology
- Anatomic Pathology
- Clinical Pathology
Other Professional Positions
|2014-Present||Liaison to Trauma Program||The Trauma Center at Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Texas|
|2008-2011||County Medical Examiner||Forsyth County, North Carolina|
|1999-2003||Laboratory Technician/ Forensic Examiner||Forensic Consultant Services, Fort Worth, Texas|
(Member, unless noted otherwise)
|Year(s)||Name of Committee||Institution/ Organization|
|2013-Present||Dallas County Child Death Review Committee||Injury Prevention Center of Greater Dallas|
|Ad Hoc Reviewer|
|2015-Present||American Society of Clinical Pathology Case Reports|
|January 2016||Forensic Pathology of Child Abuse: What the Clinicians Need to Know.||2016 San Diego International Conference On Child And Family Maltreatment, San Diego, CA|
|January 2016||Child Homicide Investigation: Autopsy of the Child Fatality Victim.||2016 San Diego International Conference On Child And Family Maltreatment, Pre-Conference Training Workshops, San Diego, CA|
|August 2015||Investigation of Sudden, Unexpected Infant Deaths||27th Annual Crimes Against Children Conference, Dallas, Texas|
|January 2015||Child Death Investigation: Autopsy of the Child Fatality Victim||National Criminal Justice Training Center/ Fox Valley College, Appleton, WI|
|June 2016||Child Homicide Investigation||Boyton Beach Police Department, Boyton Beach, FL|
|April 2015||Bullets and Bodies: The Forensic Pathology of Gunshot Wounds||15th Annual Gus Eckhardt Trauma Symposium, San Angelo, TX|
|March 2011||Asphyxial Deaths||The Annual Western North Carolina Death Investigation Seminar, Winston Salem, NC|
Proceedings of Meetings
|1.||Lantz P, Schoppe C. Smartphone Postmortem Indirect Ophthalmoscopy Workshop. 66th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Las Vegas, NV, February 2016.|
|2.||Lantz P, Schoppe C. Postmortem Indirect Ophthalmoscopy Workshop. 66th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Seattle, WA, February 2014.|
|3.||Lantz P, McCarthy L, Tatum C, Schoppe C, Lenfest S. Postmortem Indirect Ophthalmoscopy Workshop. 64th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Atlanta, GA, February 2012.|
|4.||Schoppe C*, Lantz P, Jason D, Stanton C. Are Peripapillary Intrascleral Hemorrhages Pathognomonic for Abusive Head Trauma? Abstract. Presented at the 63nd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Chicago, IL, February 2011.|
|5.||Lenfest S*, Schoppe C, Jason D, Lantz P. Sudden Unexpected Infant Death: Peripheral Retinal Hemorrhages Associated with Accidental Positional Asphyxiation (Wedging) Abstract. *Presented at the 63nd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Chicago, IL February 201l.|
|6.||Wagner JS*, Chin R, Urbanic J, Oaks T, Schoppe CH, Sandifer V, Peacock JE, Cappellari J, Sollenberger MH, Clark H. Interventional Radiology Provides Image-Guided Ablation as a Novel Therapy for Ectopic Adrenocorticotropin Hormone Syndrome. Presented at the World Convention of Interventional Oncology, Philadelphia, PA, June, 2010.|
|7.||Schoppe, CH, Stanton C, Lantz PE. Association of Retinal Hemorrhages with Fatal Head Injuries in Infant Monkeys. Presented at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Seattle, WA, February 2010.|
2015 Meeting of the National Association of Medical Examiners.
American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Pathology/Biology Section, 66th and 63rd Annual Meetings.
- Smartphone Image Acquisition During Postmortem Monocular Indirect Ophthalmoscopy.
- Lantz PE, Schoppe CH, Thibault KL, Porter WT J. Forensic Sci. 2015 Aug
- Squamous Cell Carcinoma (Marjolin's Ulcer) Arising in a Sacral Decubitus Ulcer Resulting in Humoral Hypercalcemia of Malignancy.
- O'Malley JT, Schoppe C, Husain S, Grossman ME Case Rep Med 2014 2014 715809
- Are peripapillary intrascleral hemorrhages pathognomonic for abusive head trauma?
- Schoppe CH, Lantz PE J. Forensic Sci. 2013 Jan 58 1 228-31
- Obesity and non-atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease
- Schoppe CH, Maloney, KF AFPj. 2013 Mar 3(1) 8-12
- Calcified intracranial masses: an unexpected diagnosis in western radiology.
- Watts JM, Singh J, Schoppe CH, Johnson AJ Clin Neuroradiol 2012 Sep 22 3 253-6
- Metallosis and Metal-Induced Synovitis Following Total Knee Arthroplasty: Review of Radiographic and CT Findings.
- Romesburg JW, Wasserman PL, Schoppe CH J Radiol Case Rep 2010 4 9 7-17
- Musings on matters medical-legal: a missive in remembrance of A. Bernard Ackerman, MD.
- Schoppe CH, Sangueza OP Am J Dermatopathol 2009 Dec 31 8 766-8
- Differential Diagnosis of Spindle Cell Lesions of the Head and Neck.
- Horney (Schoppe) CW, Marcus KK, Rees CJ, Grier DD Am Society for Clin Pathol 2009 June 33(4) No. SPII 09-4 (SPII-328).
- Society for Cardiovascular Pathology (2013)
- National Association of Medical Examiners (2009)
- National Association of Medical Examiners (2008)