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Julie Li, MD

Specialty: Pathology
Program: Pathology


Dr. Li received her MD degree from Shanghai Tongji University School of Medicine, Shanghai, China, and her PhD in Human Genetics from Fudan University, Shanghai, China. She completed a Research Fellowship at National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, Maryland, and University of Maryland. She completed a Residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. She went on to complete a Hematopathology Fellowship at Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, followed by Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota. Dr. Li joins us from Boston Medical Center where she served as the Medical Director of Hematology and Medical Director of Hemoglobin Diagnostic Reference Lab in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. Dr. Li’s clinical interest is the diagnosis of hematopoietic disorders including myeloid and lymphoid neoplasms, utilizing morphology, immunophenotype and genetic studies. Her research interests are novel molecular alterations in hematopoietic neoplasms and detection of clinically relevant molecular variants.

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  • Verma K, Zhang T, Mueller D, Li J, Sanchorawala V, Staron A. Non-producer multiple myeloma presenting with acute hyperammonemic encephalopathy: case report. Diagn Pathol. 2023 Jan.18(1):1. Pubmedid: 36597112. Pmcid: PMC9811762.
  • Gandhi J, Lee MH, Adams L, Allen TS, Li J, Edwards CV. WHIM Syndrome: First Reported Case in a Patient of African Ancestry. Case Rep Hematol. 2023 Feb.2023:3888680. Pubmedid: 36793393. Pmcid: PMC9925260.
  • Li JY, Mcgoey RR. PATHOLOGY IMAGE OF THE MONTH: Sudden Cardiac Death Caused by an Uncommon Disease. J La State Med Soc. 2017 Jan.167(2):105-108. Pubmedid: 25978060.
  • Zhang Y, Pfannenstiel LW, Bolesta E, Montes CL, Zhang X, Chapoval AI, Gartenhaus RB, Strome SE, Gastman BR. Interleukin-7 inhibits tumor-induced CD27-CD28- suppressor T cells: implications for cancer immunotherapy. Clin Cancer Res. 2011 Aug.17(15):4975-4986. Pubmedid: 21712448. Pmcid: PMC3149850.
  • Zhang Y, Ni J, Huang Q, Ren W, Yu L, Zhao S. Identification of the auto-inhibitory domains of Aurora-A kinase. Biochem Bioph Res Co. 2007 Jun.357(2):347-352. Pubmedid: 17433255.
  • Tang W, Yuan J, Chen X, Shan Y, Luo K, Guo Z, Zhang Y, Wan B, Yu L. Cloning and characterization of the CDZFP gene which encodes a putative zinc finger protein. DNA Seq. 2005 Oct.16(5):391-396. Pubmedid: 16323267.
  • Zhou GJ, Zhang Y, Wang J, Guo JH, Ni J, Zhong ZM, Wang LQ, Dang YJ, Dai JF, Yu L. Cloning and characterization of a novel human RNA binding protein gene PNO1. DNA Seq. 2004 Jun.15(3):219-224. Pubmedid: 15497447.
  • Zhou G, Wang J, Zhang Y, Zhong C, Ni J, Wang L, Guo J, Zhang K, Yu L, Zhao S. Cloning, expression and subcellular localization of HN1 and HN1L genes, as well as characterization of their orthologs, defining an evolutionarily conserved gene family. Gene. 2004 Apr.331:115-123. Pubmedid: 15094197.
  • Lu XX, Zhang Y, Shan XN. [Cloning and sequencing of Sry gene of muntiacus]. Yi Chuan. 2003 May.25(3):299-301. Pubmedid: 15639874.
  • Zhang Y, Shan XN, Lu XX, Liu NS, Yu DW. [Cloning, sequencing and chromosome location of Sry gene of Muntjak munticus vaginalis by DOP-PCR and microdissection]. Yi Chuan Xue Bao. 2001 May.28(4):322-326. Pubmedid: 11329874.

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