Stanley J. Radio, M.D.

Department Affiliations
Professor
Director, Cyotpathology Laboratory and Cytotechnology Training Program
Director, Cardiovascular Registry

Interests
Cardiovascular Pathology, Cytopathology, Abdominal Solid Organ Transplantation (liver, pancreas, small bowel)

An exciting milestone in small bowel transplant pathology occurred in October 1999 when the Sixth Annual International Small Bowel Transplantation Symposium was held in Omaha. I led pathologists from UNMC, Pittsburgh, London, Ontario, and Miami in developing a working formulation of histologic criteria for grading rejection in small bowel transplant biopsies. This grading scale will be published in Transplant Proceedings in September 2000. My interest in chronic rejection and transplant arteriopathy continues and I am investigating this process in small bowel allografts as well. 

A first-year medical student, Brock Wendt, and I studied an interesting process of intimal thickening and medial damage in cadaver aortic homografts used in reconstruction of hypoplastic aortas in children. We are correlating donor and recipient characteristics to better understand the pathobiology of this poorly-understood phenomenon.

Education and Training
B.S. (Distinction), Iowa State University, 1979
M.D., University of Iowa, 1983
Flexible Internship, Michigan State University, Kalamazoo Campus, 1983-84
Residency, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1984-88
Chief Resident, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1987-1988
Fellowship, Cardiovascular Pathology, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1987-89
Fellowship, Cytopathology, University of Nebraska Medical Center, 1988-89

Teaching Activities
Medical Students: Second year Cardiovascular Pathology Lectures and Lab Cytotechnology Training Program, Medical Director
Pharmacy Students: Lecture on cardiac and vascular pathology
Residents: Weekly heart cutting/Cardiovascular pathology
Weekly Pediatric Cardiac Catheterization Conference

National Activities
Short Course Director - Pathology of Liver, Kidney, Pancreas and Small Bowel Transplantation: United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, New Orleans, LA, March, 2000

Notable Publications
Mukherjee MS, Donnelly AD, Lyden ER, Wedel WR, McGaughey MF, Baker JJ,  Radio SJ.  Investigation of scanning parameters for thyroid fine needle aspiration  cytology specimens: A Pilot study. J Pathol Inform 2015, 6:43

Stone JR, Bruneval P, Angelini A, Bartoloni G, Basso C, Batoroeva L, Buja LM,  Butany J, d'Amati G, Fallon JT,. Gittenberger-de Groot AC;  Gouveia RH, Halushka MK, Kelly KL, Kholova I, Leone O, Litovsky SH, Maleszewski JJ,. Miller DV,  Mitchell RN, Preston SD, Pucci, A, Radio SJ, Rodriguez ER, Sheppar MN, Suvarna SK,  Tan CD, Thiene G; Allar. Consensus statement on surgical pathology of the aorta from the Society for Cardiovascular Pathology and the Association for European Cardiovascular Pathology: I. Inflammatory diseases. Cardiovascular Pathology. 2015 May 16. pii: S1054-8807(15)00056-3. [Epub ahead of print]

Swanson BJ, Talmon GA, Wisecarver JW, Grant WJ, Radio SJ. Histologic analysis of chronic rejection in small bowel transplantation: Mucosal and vascular alterations. Transplantation. 95: 378-82. 2013

Donnelly AD, Mukherjee MS, Lyden ER, Bridge JA, Lele SM, Wright N, McGaughey MF, Culberson AM, Horn AJ, Wedel WR, Radio SJ. Optimal z-axis scanning parameters for gynecologic cytology specimens. J Pathol Inform. 4:38, 2013 Dec 31

Koepsell SA, Anderson DR, Radio SJ. Parvovirus B19 is a bystander in adult myocarditis. Cardiovascular Pathology. 21: 476-481. 2012

Amber D. Donnelly; Maheswari S. Mukherjee; Elizabeth R. Lyden; Stanley J. Radio. Virtual microscopy in cytotechnology education: Application of knowledge from virtual to glass. CytoJournal. 9: 2012

For a detailed list of publications, click here.