Bruce E. Dunn, MD
Professor of Pathology;
Chief of Pathology, Zablocki VA Medical Center
IntroductionDr. Dunn serves as Chief Pathologist of Veterans Integrated Service Network 12, overseeing nine VA clinical laboratories in a four state (MI, WI, IL and IN) territory. He has been active in implementing diagnostic telepathology between the Iron Mountain and Milwaukee VA laboratories.
- Primary diagnostic telepathology
- Assistant Professor of Pathology, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and Staff Pathologist, Denver VAMC (1985 – 1989)
- Associate Professor of Pathology, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and Staff Pathologist, Little Rock VAMC, Little Rock, AR (1989 – 1992)
- Associate Professor and Professor of Pathology, Medical College of Wisconsin and Chief of Pathology, Milwaukee VAMC, Milwaukee, WI (1992 – present)
- BS, Clemson University (1977)
- MD, Medical University of South Carolina (1981)
- Anatomic and Clinical Pathology Residency, Yale-New Haven Hospital (1981 – 1985)
- Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
Harland, D.R., Lorenz, L.D., Fay, K., Dunn, B.E., Gruenloh, S.K., Narayanan, J., Jacobs, E.R. and M. Medhora. 2012. Acute effects of prostaglandin E1 and E2 on vascular reactivity and blood flow in situ in the chick chorioallantoic membrane. Prostaglandins Leukot Essent Fatty Acids. 87:79-89.
Ligresti, G., Aplin, A.C., Dunn, B.E., Morishita A. and R.F. Nicosia. 2012. The acute phase reactant orosomucoid-1 is a bimodal regulator of angiogenesis with time- and context-dependent inhibitory and stimulatory properties. PLoS ONE 7(8): e41387.
Dunn, B.E., Choi, H., Recla, D.L., Kerr, S.E. and B.L. Wagenman. 2009. Robotic surgical telepathology between the Iron Mountain and Milwaukee Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers: A twelve year experience. Human Pathol. 40:1092-1099.
S. Kumar and B. E. Dunn, editors. 2009. Telepathology. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg.