Dorina Gui, M.D., Ph.D.
Pathology - Anatomic
Pathology - Gastrointestinal
Pathology - Surgical
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
- Associate Professor
- Director, AP Beaker
- Director, Surgical Pathology
Philosophy of Care
I like to treat everybody the way I would like to be treated.
Dr. Gui's clinical interest include: Gastrointestinal pathology, pancreas and liver pathology, General surgical pathology and Informatics.
Dr. Gui's research interests include: Liver Pathology; Neoplasia of the gastrointestinal tract and pancreas; and Digital Pathology (Image acquisition/WholeSlides/Live robotic telepathology).
M.D., University of Medicine "Iuliu Hatieganu", Cluj-Napoca, Romania 1995
Ph.D., University of Medicine "Iuliu Hatieganu", Cluj-Napoca, Romania 2002
Pathology, UCLA, Los Angeles CA 2008-2011
Pathology, UCLA, Los Angeles CA 2012-2013
GI/Liver Pathology, UCLA, Los Angeles CA 2013-2014
American Board of Pathology,
American and Canadian Academy of Pathology
Association for Pathology Informatics
College of American Pathologists
Honors and Awards
Boris Ruebner and John Rosenquist Excellence in Teaching Award, 2015
Outstanding Achievement Award, 2011
Outstanding poster (�Automated Image Analysis of Cytoplasmic Immunohistochemical Stains: A Technique to Overcome Thresholding Challenges�) � Pathology Visions Conference, Sept 13 � 15, 2009, San Diego, CA, 2009
Select Recent Publications
Dorina Gui, Galen Cortina, David Dawson, Steve Hart; Bita Naini, Garrett Gerney, Sarah Dry. Digital diagnosis of dysplasia in upper gastro-intestinal tract biopsies: a short study. J Pathol Inform. 2012;3:27.
Lisa M Stoll, Oliver Dorigo, Dorina Gui, MW Johnson, Ram Parvataneni, Peggy Sullivan. Solid pseudopapillary neoplasm, pancreas type, presenting as a primary ovarian neoplasm. Hum Path. 2012;43(8):1339-43.
Steven Ohsie, Garrett Gerney, Dorina Gui, Doron Kahana, Martín G. Martín, Galen Cortina. A paucity of colonic enteroendocrine and/or enterochromaffin cells characterizes a subset of patients with chronic unexplained diarrhea/malabsorption. Hum Path. 2009; 40: 1006–1014.