Fattaneh Abbas-zadeh Tavassoli, American Pathologist, consultant. Diplomate American Board Pathology.
Tavassoli, Fattaneh Abbas-zadeh was born on March 30, 1949 in Teheran, Iran. Daughter of Hossein Abbas-zadeh and Homa (Rassadi) Tavassoli. came to the United States, 1963.
Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, S.W. Missouri State College, 1968;
Doctor of Medicine, St. Saint Louis University, 1972.
Intern, resident in pathology, Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, 1972-1975;
fellow in gynecological pathology, St. John's Mercy Medical Center, St. Louis, 1975-1976;
from staff pathologist to vice chairman, Armed Forces Institute Pathology, Washington, 1976-1992;
director gynecology and breast pathology, director research, Fairfax Hospital, Falls Church, Virginia, 1992-1994;
department chairman gynecology and breast pathology, Armed Forces Institute Pathology, Fairfax Hospital, Falls Church, Virginia, 1994. Adjunct Professor pathology Uniformed Superior vena cava syndrome School Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland., 1987-1992. Consultant National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, since 1991.
Clinical professor pathology George Washington University.
Member American Society Clinical Pathologists (county in anatomic pathology 1991-1996, course director), International Academy Pathology, United States-Canada Academy Pathology (former member abstract review committee, moderator gynecological subspecialty, panel 1993-1995), International Society Gynecological Pathologists (at-large), Arthur Purdy Scout Society Surgical Pathologists (board editors Modern Pathology, HumanPathology, International Journal Gynecological Pathology, The Breast Journal).
Avocations: gold-gilding and marbelizing furniture, interior design, writing peotry.