Ricardo Vincent Lloyd
Born: Paraiso Canal Zone
- BS: University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, Wisconsin 1968
- MS: University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, Wisconsin 1970
- MD, PhD: University of Wisconsin Medical School, Madison, WI 1975
- 1981 - 1993 Assistant Professor, then Associate Professor (1986), Warthin-Weller Professor (1988-1993), and Professor (1991) of Pathology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
- 1993 Professor of Pathology and Consultant, (Vernon F. And Earline D. Dale Professor (1999)), Mayo Clinic and Mayo Foundation, Rochester, Minnesota
- University of Wisconsin
- Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York City
Selected Career Highlights
Presented first paper at the USCAP in 1982 and has had yearly presentations at the USCAP Annual Meetings since that time; presented numerous Short Courses over the past 25 years.
Recipient of many awards including: The First Endowed Warthin-Weller Professor of Pathology at the University of Michigan, and the Vernon F. And Earline D. Dale Professor at the Mayo Clinic.
First Arthur Purdy Stout Award Recipient (1985).
A Practicing Surgical Pathologist and also runs an active research laboratory in Experimental Pathology with trainees from all over the world: NIH Research Grant Support, continuous for over 22 years.
Served on NIH Study Sections for over 16 years.
Author of more than 400 papers; 35 book chapters (including the first Atlas of NonTumor Pathology on Endocrine Diseases for the AFIP/ARP) and 7 books.
President: Endocrine Pathology Society (1999-2000).
Discovered that Chromogranin A was widely distributed in cells and tumors of the neuroendocrine system and developed a monoclonal antibody for diagnostic use.
Established various scientific laboratories for histopathology diagnosis including Immunohistochemistry (1981), In Situ Hybridization (1993) and Molecular Diagnosis (2001).
Mentor of over 150 medical students during pathology rotations; dozens of pathology and MD/PhD students during their pathology training; and over 16 postdoctoral trainees.
Member, Editorial Boards of 10 journals including:
- Advances in Anatomic Pathology
- American Journal of Pathology
- American Journal of Surgical Pathology
- Applied Immunohistochemistry
- Diagnostic Molecular Pathology
- Laboratory Investigation
- Modern Pathology
Editor of Endocrine Pathology (1995-2001); Editor of Human Pathology (2005-present).
An enthusiastic jogger (ran several marathons under three hours); enjoys regular tennis matches with his wife Debbie.