Kenneth Iczkowski, M.D.


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Pathology - Surgical

Pathology - Cardiovascular

Pathology - Transplant

Locations and Contact

Pathology Building

4400 V St.
Sacramento, CA 95817

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Philosophy of Care

My aim is to provide superior patient care with emphasis on interacting with clinicians to find the most accurate diagnoses in urologic and surgical pathology.

I also involve myself in research projects that are likely to have clinical impact for cancer patients with genitourinary cancers.

Clinical Interests

Dr. Iczkowski is a urologic and surgical pathologist with particular expertise in prostate cancer pathology. 

Research/Academic Interests

Use of machine and deep learning model for automated tumor annotation on digitized whole slides; Radio-pathomics and Histological Validation of MRI of the Prostate; improving the CAPRA-S tool to improve post-radical prostatectomy patient stratification; Alternate Splicing of CD44 Messenger RNA in Prostate Cancer Growth; Histologic features in clear cell kidney cancer as predictors of outcome and their use for AI analysis.


Anatomic Pathology

Center/Program Affiliation

UC Davis Comprehensive Cancer Center

Undergraduate School

B.A., Biology, Columbia College of Columbia University, 1986

Medical School

M.D., Medicine, St. Louis University, 1992


Pathology, Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, 1992-95


Anatomic Pathology, University of Kansas, 1995-96


Urological Pathology, Mayo Clinic Rochester, 1997-98

Faculty Teacher of the Year plaque. Medical College of Wisconsin, 2021-2022. “In recognition of outstanding educational contributions to the Department of Pathology”, 2022

Outstanding Medical Student Teacher, 2016-2017, and 2014-2015, Medical College of Wisconsin (Curriculum and Evaluation Committee),

Paul Albert Grawitz medal awarded by International Society of Urological Pathology “For distinguished service”, 2013

Distinction in Research Award, and Herbert B. Taylor Award in Pathology, St. Louis University School of Medicine, 1992,

For a list of Dr. Iczkowski's publications, see