Travis Rice-Stitt

Assistant Professor
Department of Pathology

Travis Rice-Stitt’s research focuses on surgical breast pathology and, in particular, margin evaluation in relation to surgical re-excision rates, classification of pre-cancerous lesions, and predictive markers for breast cancer. He is also interested in the creation of new teaching modalities for pathology education, including web-based platforms and annotated image collections.

His research has been published in the Annals of Surgical Oncology; Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy; and Traffic, and has been accepted for publication in Laboratory Investigation. He has also presented his work at annual meetings of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology.

Rice-Stitt holds a BS in biochemistry cum laude from Rice University and an MD from the University of Miami. He completed a residency in anatomic and clinical pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital, where he served as chief resident in anatomic pathology, and later held a surgical pathology fellowship in breast pathology at that institution.

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