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|Kevin Horn, MD is a fifth year pathology resident, and is the anatomic pathology Chief Resident for the 1999-2000 academic year.
Past research interests include PCR analysis of arthropod-borne infections, the molecular features and treatment of sepsis, and polyagglutination.
His current interests include congenital heart disease in the forensic autopsy, SNOMED codification of forensic pathology reporting, the use of serum biomarkers of liver regeneration to predict survival following acetaminophen and Amanita phalloides mushroom poisoning, the use of the World Wide Web for continuing medical education and online pathology consultation, and osteoblastic tumors of bone.
Dr. Horn is pursuing a career in forensic pathology with subspecialty interests in toxicology and forensic osteology. He will be a fellow in forensic pathology at the University of New Mexico Medical Examiners' Office, Albuquerque, NM beginning in July, 2000.
Other subspecialty interests include transfusion medicine, pathology of skin and soft tissue, and medical informatics.
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center