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The Richard W. Telinde Gynecologic Pathology Research Program doctor looks at sample under microscope

 The Richard W. TeLinde Gynecologic Pathology Research Program continues the tradition of its namesake by advancing science in studying gynecologic diseases, and training scientists and physicians as future leaders in their fields. Dr. Richard W. TeLinde, a former director of the Department of Gynecology at Johns Hopkins, was an accomplished physician, visionary researcher and dedicated educator. With his generosity, this interdepartmental program was established in 1988 and is currently directed by Ie-Ming Shih, M.D., Ph.D., who continues his legacy and fulfills his vision in gynecologic pathology research.


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