Farbod Darvishian

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Farbod Darvishian

Associate Professor, Department of Pathology
Pathology
NYU Pathology Associates

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Address
540-562 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

212/263-0138


Multifocal Breast Cancer: Distinguishing Independent Tumor Foci From In-Transit Metastases
Alexander, Melissa; Acosta-Gonzalez, Gabriel; Malerba, Stefano; Goldberg, Judith; Darvishian, Farbod. Multifocal Breast Cancer: Distinguishing Independent Tumor Foci From In-Transit Metastases [Meeting Abstract]. Laboratory investigation. 2015 FEB;95:32A-32A (1675592)

Multifocal Breast Cancer: Distinguishing Independent Tumor Foci From In-Transit Metastases
Alexander, Melissa; Acosta-Gonzalez, Gabriel; Malerba, Stefano; Goldberg, Judith; Darvishian, Farbod. Multifocal Breast Cancer: Distinguishing Independent Tumor Foci From In-Transit Metastases [Meeting Abstract]. Modern pathology. 2015 FEB;28:32A-32A (1675632)

Angiosarcoma of the breast masquerading as hemangioma: exploring clinical and pathological diagnostic challenges
Frey, Jordan D; Levine, Pascale G; Darvishian, Farbod; Shapiro, Richard L. Angiosarcoma of the breast masquerading as hemangioma: exploring clinical and pathological diagnostic challenges. Archives of plastic surgery. 2015 Mar;42(2):261-263 (1513792)

Identification of Metastasis-Suppressive microRNAs in Primary Melanoma
Hanniford, Doug; Segura, Miguel F; Zhong, Judy; Philips, Elliot; Jirau-Serrano, Xavier; Darvishian, Farbod; Berman, Russell S; Shapiro, Richard L; Pavlick, Anna C; Brown, Brian; Osman, Iman; Hernando, Eva. Identification of Metastasis-Suppressive microRNAs in Primary Melanoma. Journal of the National Cancer Institute. 2015 Mar;107(3):?-? appiajp201414070908 (1461902)

A miRNA-based signature detected in primary melanoma tissue predicts development of brain metastasis
Hanniford, Douglas; Zhong, Judy; Koetz, Lisa; Gaziel-Sovran, Avital; Lackaye, Daniel J; Shang, Shulian; Pavlick, Anna; Shapiro, Richard L; Berman, Russell S; Darvishian, Farbod; Shao, Yongzhao; Osman, Iman; Hernando, Eva. A miRNA-based signature detected in primary melanoma tissue predicts development of brain metastasis. Clinical cancer research. 2015 Jun;:4903-4912 (1631082)