Mark A. Silberman, M.D.

Mark A. Silberman, M.D.


 Joined Clinical Pathology Associates:  1999

Primary Service Location:

Clinical Pathology Laboratories

Medical Directorships:

  • Clinical Pathology Laboratories, Austin, TX
  • University of Texas Student Health Laboratory

Board Certifications:

  • Anatomic and Clinical Pathology (1998)
  • Hematopathology (1999)

Areas of Interest:

  • Renal Pathology
  • Cytopathology
  • Clinical Chemistry
  • Hematopathology

Fellowships:

  • Surgical Pathology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Hematopathology, The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Residency:

  • The Johns Hopkins Hospital (AP/CP)

Internship:

  • Internal Medicine, Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

Medical School:

  • The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD

Undergraduate Education:

  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA

Selected Publications:

  • AR Hartman, RR Kaldate, Lisam M. Sailer, L Painter, CE Grier, RR Endsley, M Griffin, SA Hamilton, CA Frye, Mark A. Silberman, RJ Wenstrup, JF Sandbach.  Prevalence of BRCA mutations in an unselected population of triple-negative breast cancer. Cancer. 118(11):2787-95; June 2012.

 

  • Joseph D. Kronz, Mark A. Silberman, William C. Allsbrook, Sheldon I. Bastacky, R. Tucker Burks, Steven J Cina, Stacy E Mills, JS Ross, WA Sakr, JE Tomaszewski, LD True, TM Ulbright, Michael W. Weinstein, RK Yantiss, Robin H Young, Jonathan I. Epstein.  Pathology residents’ use of a web-based tutorial to improve Gleason grading of prostate carcinoma on needle biopsies. Hum Pathol. 31(9):1044-50; Sept. 2000.

 

  • Joseph D. Kronz, Mark A. Silberman, WC Allsbrook, and Jonathan I Epstein. A web-based tutorial improves practicing pathologists’ Gleason grading of images of prostate carcinoma specimens obtained by needle biopsy: validation of a new medical education paradigm. Cancer. 89(8):1818-23 Oct. 15 2000.

 

  • Mark A. Silberman and Joseph DiGiuseppe:  Pathology of the Lymph Nodes and Spleen in Jonathan I. Epstein, ed.  The Johns Hopkins Pathology CD-ROM Atlas of Surgical Pathology.  Churchill Livingston, 1999.

 

  • Mark A. Silberman, Hillel Kahane, Alan Partin and Jonathan I. Epstein:  Tumor angiogenesis correlates with progression after radical prostatectomy but not with pathological state in Gleason grade 5-7 adenocarcinoma of the prostate.  Cancer.  79(4): 772-9, 1997 Feb 15.

 

Category

Cytopathology, Head & Neck Pathology, Hematopathology, Immunohistochemistry, Molecular Pathology