December 4 Dec 4
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Wednesday Wed
Lane Building, L201

Pathology Grand Rounds

Guest Speaker: William C. Facquin, MD, PhD

The Pathology Grand Rounds is open to those affiliated with Stanford University Medical Center and invited guests only. The objective is to increase knowledge in the field of Pathology. There is no commercial support received for this course unless otherwise specified. Contact Roomana Patel at or 650-725-9352 for more information.

Lunch will be served before the lecture at 11:45 am

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The Guest Speaker

William C. Facquin, MD, PhD

Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School
Director of Head and Neck Pathology, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary

Dr. Faquin is Professor of Pathology at Harvard Medical School.  He received his MD from Harvard Medical School and PhD in cellular and developmental biology from Harvard University. He completed his residency in anatomic pathology at the Brigham and Women's Hospital where he also did a fellowship in cytopathology. Dr. Faquin has been a staff member in the Massachusetts General Hospital Pathology Department since 1998, and is currently the chief of Otolaryngologic pathology at Massachusetts Eye and Ear, and a subspecialty pathologist at Massachusetts General Hospital in the Head and Neck Pathology and Cytopathology Divisions. He is also director of the Max Goodman Frozen Section Lab at MEEI. Dr. Faquin is recognized nationally and internationally for his work in head and neck pathology and cytopathology. He has authored over 270 peer-reviewed publications, several book chapters, and has co-authored several books on thyroid cytopathology, salivary gland cytopathology, and head and neck cytohistology.

Dr. Faquin's talents as a teacher are evident in the numerous local, national, and international seminars, workshops, and courses that he has taught and directed. Dr. Faquin specializes in cytopathology of the head and neck including the salivary gland, HPV-related cancers,  and the thyroid gland, and his current research interests involve translational studies pertaining to the detection, diagnosis, and prognostication of cancers of the thyroid and salivary glands, squamous cell carcinomas of the oropharynx, and tumors of the jaws and oral cavity.


Stanford Pathology
Lane Building, Room L201

300 Pasteur Drive
Stanford, CA 94305

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Stanford Pathology
Lane Building, Room L201

300 Pasteur Drive
Stanford CA, 94305
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