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Steven Harold Lewis

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InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
DepartmentSOM-Pathology

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    - 1980AOA, CU SOM
    - 1980Glaser Research , CU SOM
    - 1981Graduation with Honors, CU SOM
    6 Various Board of Directors, Medical Related Foundations
    1999 - 2003Medical Advisor and VP ACS, Florida
    2003 - 2007Medical Advisor Susan Komen Foundation

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    Dr. Steven Lewis is double board certified and fellowship trained in OB/GYN, Anatomic Pathology and GYN Pathology.

    He has been in private practice, full time faculty and done basic science research simultaneously following graduation from CU SOM (with Honors) and residency training at Cornell's NY Hospital and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital. He was Assistant Clinical Professor in OB/GYN and Pathology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons (Under Ralph M. Richart and in Private Practice with Harold E. Fox) and was the Head of Placental Pathology, an Associate Clinical Professor at University of South Florida (with Enid Gilbert-Barness) in both specialties as well. Following Private OB/GYN and anatomic laboratory practice Dr. Lewis was Chair of Public Programs at the Given Institute of Aspen Colorado under the direction of Drs' Richard Krugman and Bruce Paton. Currently Dr. Lewis serves at CU School of Medicine and maintains an academic position of Clinical Professor of Pathology at the Anschutz Campus.

    With a cv of 28 publications 39M references to these works can be found doing a Google Search

    His most recent is the Chapter on The Placenta (2012) in Sternberg's / Mills Histology for Pathologists, The Raven Press, having authored the previous editons with Kurt Benirschke and in the most recent with the addition of Dr. Miriam Post.

    He has performed basic science research with David I. Hirsh, G. Barry Pierce, David M. Prescott, Harold E. Fox and Deborah Wolgemuth. Research has focused on technologies for embryo micro- manipulation (murine and C. elegans) which has lead to current IVF protocols, the discovery of a novel Homeo-Box gene transcript, and published the first description of the mechanism for vertical transmission of HIV in Humans-featured as a lead article in the Lancet (c) 1990. His current Text is Vol. 23 in Contemporary Issues of Surgical Pathology- "Pathology of the Human Placenta" (c) 1999 by Churchill-Livingstone. He has written a white paper for Ethicon on reduction of surgical morbity.

    The above photograph is Dr. Lewis consulting with Dr. Enid Gilbert-Barness and Dr. Robert E. Scully.


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    1. Mills S (4th ed.). Histology for Pathologists. Histology of the Placenta (Chapters 17-19). 2012.
    2. Mills, S (3rd ed.). Histology for Pathologists. Histology of the Placenta (Chapters 17-19). 2006.
    3. Lewis SH, Perrin E (2nd ed.). Pathology of the Placenta (Volume 23 of Contemporary Issues in Surgical Pathology, V 23). 1999.
    4. Gilbert-Barness E (1st ed.). Potter's Atlas of Fetal and Infant Pathology. Contributing Pathologist (Demonstrative images only). 1998.
    5. Sternberg SS (2nd ed.). Histology for Pathologists. Histology of the Placenta (Chapters 17-19). 1997.
    6. Sternberg SS (1st ed.). Histology for Pathologists. Histology of the Placenta (Chapters 17-19). 1992.
    7. Lewis SH, Richart RM. Embryonic Remnants of the Placenta. Contemporary OB/GYN. 1992; 37(1).
    8. Kaplan C, Lowell DM, Salafia C. College of American Pathologists Conference XIX on the Examination of the Placenta: report of the Working Group on the Definition of Structural Changes Associated with Abnormal Function in the Maternal/Fetal/Placental Unit in the Second and Third Trimesters. Arch Pathol Lab Med. 1991 Jul; 115(7):709-16. PMID: 2064532.
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    9. Lewis SH, Richart RM. Chorangiomas of the Placenta. Contemporary OB/GYN. 1991; 10(36):95-102.
    10. Lewis SH, Richart RM. Squamous Metaplasia of the Placenta. Contemporary OB/GYN. 1991; (36).
    11. Lewis SH, Richart RM. Amnion Nodosum. Contemporary OB/GYN. 1991; 36(3):153-154.
    12. Lewis SH, Richart RM. Placental Changes in Preeclampsia. Contemporary OB/GYN. 1991; 36(8):11-21.
    13. Lewis SH, Richart RM. Placental Intervillous Thrombi. Contemporary OB/GYN. 1991; 36(9):15-18.
    14. Lewis SH, Reynolds-Kohler C, Fox HE, Nelson JA. HIV-1 in trophoblastic and villous Hofbauer cells, and haematological precursors in eight-week fetuses. Lancet. 1990 Mar 10; 335(8689):565-8. PMID: 1689792.
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    15. Nuovo MA, Nuovo GJ, Smith D, Lewis SH. Benign mesenchymoma of the round ligament. A report of two cases with immunohistochemistry. Am J Clin Pathol. 1990 Mar; 93(3):421-4. PMID: 1689946.
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    16. Tovell HMM, Young AW (1st ed.). Diseases of the Vulva in Clinical Practice. Contributing Pathologist (Demonstrative images only). 1990.
    17. Lewis SH, Richart RM. Basal Cell Carcinoma of the Vulva. Contemporary OB/GYN. 1990; 35(11):97-100.
    18. Lewis SH, Richart RM. Vulvar Dystrophies. Contemporary OB/GYN. 1989; 34(6):13-19.
    19. Lewis SH, Richart RM. Extra Mammary Pagets Disease. Contemporary OB/GYN. 1989; 34(1):15-25.
    20. Lewis SH, Richart RM. Herpes Simplex Vulvitis. Contemporary OB/GYN. 1989; 34(2):161-116.
    21. Pierce GB, Lewis SH, Miller GJ, Moritz E, Miller P. Tumorigenicity of embryonal carcinoma as an assay to study control of malignancy by the murine blastocyst. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1979 Dec; 76(12):6649-51. PMID: 293749; PMCID: PMC411925.
    22. Pierce, G B.; Lewis, S; and Miller, G J . Federation Proceedings. Direction of Differentiation of Embryonal Carcinoma Cells by Murine Blastocysts. 1979; 38:919.
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