Ryan Gill, MD

Pathologist

Dr. Ryan Gill is a surgical pathologist at UCSF Medical Center who specializes in the diagnosis and evaluation of adult and pediatric liver disease, liver transplantation, inflammatory bowel disease, and liver and gastrointestinal tract neoplasia and lymphoma. In his research, he focuses on advancing the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment options for patients with liver and gastrointestinal diseases.

Gill received an M.D. and Ph.D. at the University of Kansas in Kansas City, Kan. He then completed a combined anatomic and clinical pathology residency, followed by fellowships in hematopathology and liver and gastrointestinal pathology at UCSF. Gill is a member of several professional organizations, including the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, College of American Pathologists, Hans Popper Hepatopathology Society, the Rodger C. Haggitt Gastrointestinal Pathology Society and the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology. He has received several awards, including the American Society for Investigative Pathology Merit Award and the UCSF Department of Laboratory Medicine Research Award. Gill has published numerous book chapters on surgical pathology and lectures around the country. He is an associate professor of Clinical Pathology at UCSF.

Academic Title

Professor

More about Ryan Gill

Education

University of Kansas School of Medicine 2005

Residencies

UCSF Medical Center 2009

Fellowships

UCSF Medical Center 2010

Selected Research and Publications

  1. Joseph NM, Brunt EM, Marginean C, Nalbantoglu I, Snover DC, Thung SN, Yeh MM, Umetsu SE, Ferrell LD, Gill RM. Frequent GNAQ and GNA14 Mutations in Hepatic Small Vessel Neoplasm. Am J Surg Pathol. 2018 Jul 03.
  2. van Leeuwen DJ, Alves V, Balabaud C, Bhathal PS, Bioulac-Sage P, Colombari R, Crawford JM, Dhillon AP, Ferrell L, Gill R, Guido M, Hytiroglou P, Nakanuma Y, Paradis V, Rautou PE, Sempoux C, Snover DC, Theise ND, Thung SN, Tsui WMS, Quaglia A. Acute-on-chronic liver failure 2018: a need for (urgent) liver biopsy? Expert Rev Gastroenterol Hepatol. 2018 May 28.
  3. Choi WT, Wen KW, Rabinovitch PS, Huang D, Mattis AN, Gill RM. DNA Content Analysis of Colorectal Serrated Lesions Detects an Aneuploid Subset of Inflammatory Bowel Disease-Associated Serrated Epithelial Change and Traditional Serrated Adenomas. Histopathology. 2018 May 17.

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