Research Faculty

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mh3373@columbia.edu
Education and Training
M.D.: Tehran University of Medicine Science
Anatomic and Clinical Pathology Residency: Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
Cytopathology Fellowship: University of Southern California
Pathology Informatics Fellowship: Henry Ford Health System

Mehrvash Haghighi, MD
Assistant Professor of Pathology & Cell Biology
Research Summary

My research focuses on specialized application of new information technology to optimize and extend laboratory operations. I am particularly interested in advanced automation in Anatomic Pathology workflow.
Selected Publications

Haghighi M, Tuthill JM. Protecting patient health information: an overview of HIPAA security rule”, ASCP case study, In press.

Haghighi M, MacKay S,Tuthill JM. Implementation of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Software to Support Laboratory Outreach at Henry Ford Health System (HFHS), Journal of Pathology Informatics, October, (2012).

Stapp R, Haghighi M, Caruana T,Brown R, Tuthill JM. Implementation of an Enterprise-wide Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) for Henry Ford Health System (HFHS), Journal of Pathology Informatics, October, (2012).

Tuthill JM, Haghighi M, Aller RD. The divergence of the CoPathPlus (AP-LIS) Vended by Cerner Corporation and Sunquest Information Systems, Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Journal of Pathology Informatics, October, (2011)

Tuthill JM, Czechowski M, Roszka KM HTL, Haghighi M. Deployment of an Order Interface between Sunquest CoPathPlus (SQCP) and Dako’s Automated Immunoperoxidase Staining Platform, Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Journal of Pathology Informatics, October, (2011)

Haghighi M, Gui D,Dry S, Said J.A comparison of Metamorph versus Definiens in nuclear detection of Ki67 stain. Journal of pathology Informatics, October (2010)

Haghighi M, Shlopov B, Venegas R, Duane G.The Importance of Recognizing Parasitic Organisms in Cytological Specimens. Acta Cytologica (2008)



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