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Zena Jameel, MD
Cancer Focus: Breast Cancer
Dr. Jameel earned her MBCHB at the University of Baghdad College of Medicine, Baghdad, Iraq. She completed her Pathology Residency in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, where she also served as Chief Resident. Dr. Jameel completed a Breast Pathology Fellowship in the Department of Pathology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Jameel recently completed an Advanced Pathology Fellowship as a Surgical Pathology Assistant in the Department of Pathology at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Jameel’s clinical and research interests focus on breast pathology.
Education & Training
- Anatomic Pathology
- Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center - Breast Pathology
- Rutgers New Jersey Medical School - Pathology
- University of Baghdad College of Medicine - MD
- Parikh P, Jameel Z, Falcon S, Rosa M, Kiluk J, Hoover S, Soliman H, Ataya D. Adenomyoepithelioma of the breast: Case series and literature review. Clin Imaging. 2021 Feb.75:157-164. Pubmedid: 33607537.
- Siegel E, Rosa M, Khakpour N, Qin D, Jameel Z. Erroneous diagnosis of primary fibrosarcoma of the breast: The value of the multidisciplinary breast team approach. Breast J. 2021 Feb. Pubmedid: 33619764.
- Gangadharan A, Nyirenda T, Patel K, Jaimes-Delgadillo N, Coletta D, Tanaka T, Walland AC, Jameel Z, Vedantam S, Tang S, Mannion C, Lee GY, Goy A, Pecora A, Suh KS. Prolactin Induced Protein (PIP) is a potential biomarker for early stage and malignant breast cancer. Breast. 2018 Jun.39:101-109. Pubmedid: 29656222.
- Dozier J, Jameel Z, McCain DA, Hassoun P, Bamboat ZM. Massive malignant solitary fibrous tumor arising from the bladder serosa: a case report. J Med Case Rep. 2015 Mar.9:46. Pubmedid: 25884588. Pmcid: PMC4358716.
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