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Pathology (Diagnostics & Testing)

Meet the Pathology Physicians

Tiffany M. Hebert, MD

Gender
Female
Department
Pathology
Practice Specialty
Anatomic & Clinical Pathology
Medical Education
Michigan State Univ College of Human Medicine
Residency
Montefiore Medical Center
Fellowship
Montefiore Medical Center
Board Certified
Cytopathology, Anatomic & Clinical Pathology
Academic Title
Assistant Professor of Pathology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Administrative Title
Attending Physician, Montefiore Medical Center
Clinical Focus
gynecologic pathology; perinatal pathology; cytopathology
Publications
Languages
French
Biography

Dr. Hebert is a board certified pathologist trained in anatomic and clinical pathology with subspecialty fellowship training in both cytopathology and gynecologic pathology. 

As part of the gynecologic pathology team at Montefiore, Dr. Hebert is responsible for reviewing challenging gynecologic pathology cases and participating in the weekly gynecologic pathology tumor board.  As a physician-educator, Dr. Hebert currently co-directs the 2nd year medical school Reproductive Systems course and lectures on the pathology of the vulva and vagina, including HPV-related disease.  Dr. Hebert also participates in the Pulmonary System medical school course as a lecturer. 

Dr. Hebert is a co-investigator in Dr. Harriet Smith’s NIH funded grant: Light Scattering and Normal Tissue Models, which is an investigation of non-invasive, real time technology for the diagnosis of cervical tissue.  Dr. Hebert is also a co-investigator with Dr. Kathryn Anastos on an NIH funded grant to build research capacity in RwandaDeveloping Rwandan Research Capacity in Cervical Carcinoma and other AIDS Malignancies.  This study builds on Dr. Hebert’s interest in cervical pathology while simultaneously providing a capacity building mechanism to promote research from within Rwanda.  A major component of the Rwanda study involves training a junior level Rwandan physician at Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center in diagnostic cervical pathology.  Dr. Hebert is also involved in the following gynecologic-oncology translational research projects with Dr. Gloria Huang at Albert Einstein College of Medicine: Insulin growth factor receptor 1 and IGF2 expression in ovarian epithelial neoplasms and Identification and characterization of ERα- and ERβ associated gene fusions in uterine carcinosarcoma.