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Elizabeth Anne Montgomery, M.D.

Professor of Pathology

Female  | Languages: English, French, Italian

Appointment Phone

410-955-3580

Main Location

Johns Hopkins Hospital The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Building

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Titles

  • Professor of Pathology
  • Professor of Oncology
  • Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

Centers & Institutes

Departments

Locations

Johns Hopkins Hospital The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Building

Appointment Phone: 410-955-3580

401 N. Broadway Street
Suite 2242
Baltimore, MD 21231 map
Fax: 443-287-3818

Expertise

Bone Tumors, Gastrointestinal Pathology, Pathology, Soft Tissue Tumors, Stomach Cancer

Research Interests

Gastrointestinal diseases; Soft tissue tumors

Biography

Dr. Elizabeth Anne Montgomery is a professor of pathology, oncology and orthopaedic surgery at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. She specializes in gastrointestinal pathology and the treatment of bone and soft tissue tumors and reviews biopsy specimens from patients at Johns Hopkins and from around the world.

Dr. Montgomery completed her M.D. degree at George Washington University in 1984. Following her pathology residency at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, she served at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology until 1992, whereupon she joined the staff at Georgetown University with joint appointments in Pathology and Gastroenterology. She has been on the Johns Hopkins faculty since 1999.

Her research interests include several topics in gastrointestinal pathology, especially Barrett esophagus. Additionally, she has studied soft tissue pathology including telomeres in translocation-associated sarcomas compared to chromosome unstable types.

She is board certified in anatomic pathology, clinical pathology and cytopathology. She is an author of many scholarly publications on gastrointestinal and esophageal pathology and has lectured nationally and internationally on these topics.

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    Additional Information

  • Education +

    Degrees

    • George Washington University School of Medicine / MD (1984)

    Residencies

    • Walter Reed National Military Medical Center / Pathology (1988)

    Certifications

    • American Board of Pathology / Anatomic & Clinical Pathology (1988)
    • American Board of Pathology / Cytopathology (1994)
  • Research & Publications +

    Research Summary

    Dr. Montgomery’s research interests are primarily related to gastrointestinal pathology, especially Barrett esophagus. Additionally, she has studied soft tissue pathology including telomeres in translocation-associated sarcomas compared to chromosome unstable types.

    Selected Publications

    1. Montgomery E, Bronner M, Goldblum J, Greenson J, Haber M, Hart J, Lamps L, Lauwers G, Lazenby A, Lewin D, Robert M, Toledano A, Shyr Y, Washington K. "Diagnostic reproducibility of dysplasia in Barrett esophagus (BE): Are affirmation." Human Pathology 2001; 32: 368-78.
    2. Montgomery E, Goldblum J, Greenson JK, et al. "Dysplasia as a predictive marker for invasive carcinoma in Barrett's esophagus; A follow-up study basedon 138 cases from a diagnostic variability study." Human Pathology 2001; 32:379-388.
    3. Montgomery E, Wilentz R, Argani P, Hruban RH, Fisher C, Kern SE, Lengauer C. "Analysis of Anaphase Figures in Routine Histologic Sections Distinguishes Chromosomally Unstable From Chromosomally Stable Malignancies." Cancer Biology and Therapy 2003;3:248-52
    4. Montgomery E, Argani P, Hicks JL, DeMarzo AM and Meeker AK. "In situ analysis of telomere lengths in translocation associated and non-translocation associated sarcomas." Am J Pathol 2004; 164: 1523-1529.
    5. Hansel DE, Dhara S, Huang RC, Ashfaq R, Deasel M, Shimada Y, Bernstein HS, Harmon J, Brock M, Forastiere A, Washington MK, Maitra A, Montgomery E. "CDC2/CDK1 Expression in Esophageal Adenocarcinoma and Precursor Lesions Serves as a Diagnostic and Cancer Progression Marker and Potential Novel Drug Target." Am J Surg Pathol. In press [2005].
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