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Daniel Farrell, M.D.

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Assistant Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Professional Background

Dr. Farrell serves as the molecular pathologist for the Clinical Molecular Oncology Laboratory (CMOL) in the Division of Genomic Diagnostics. He received his MD from University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and completed his residency in Clinical Pathology at University of California, Irvine Medical Center, where he was also chief resident. He subsequently completed fellowship training in Hematopathology at LAC+USC Medical Center and Molecular Genetic Pathology at University of Utah/ARUP Laboratories. His research interests include molecular profiling of hematolymphoid neoplasms and bioinformatics.

Education and Training
  • BS, Physics, Bucknell University
  • MD, Medicine, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
  • Residency, Clinical Pathology, UC Irvine Medical Center
  • Clinical Fellowship, Hematopathology, LAC+USC Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • Clinical Fellowship, Molecular Genetic Pathology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
Licensure, Accreditations & Certifications
  • Medical License, Kansas State Board of Healing Arts

  • Finegersh, Andrey, Ferguson, Carolyn, Maxwell, Seth, Mazariegos, David, Farrell, Daniel, Homanics, Gregg., E.. 2015. Repeated vapor ethanol exposure induces transient histone modifications in the brain that are modified by genotype and brain region. FRONTIERS IN MOLECULAR NEUROSCIENCE, 8
  • Sarkissian, Sarmen, Khan, Yasir, Farrell, Daniel, Constable, David, Brem, Elizabeth. 2018. Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis in the setting of HELLP Syndrome. CLINICAL CASE REPORTS, 6 (12), 2466-2470
  • Farrell, D, Nael, A, Law, T, Zhao, X, Weiss, L., M , Rezk, S.. 2019. Epstein–Barr virus (EBV) incidental expression in bone marrow cells, a study of 230 consecutive bone marrow biopsy samples. Human Pathology, 60-65
  • Zhang, Kuixing, Farrell, Daniel, Jeyakumar, Deepa, O'Brien, Susan, Zhao, Xiaohui, Rezk, Sherif., A.. 2019. Prolymphocytic transformation of lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma: an extremely unusual event. HUMAN PATHOLOGY, 90, 106-110