Dr. Hoang offers courses in consultations in dermatopathology cutaneous reactions, and in the role of immunnohistochemistry in diagnosing tumors of cutaneous appendages. She directs the Dermatopathology Update CME course at Harvard Medical School.
Dr. Hoang is an anatomic pathologist specializing in dermatopathology. She is the medical director of the Pathology immunohistochemistry laboratory at Mass General Hospital. She is the course director of the Harvard Combined Dermatopathology Update course held annually at the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel. She lectures at the annual American Society of Dermatopathology meetings, annual International Society of Dermatopathology meetings, and annual United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology meetings. She has published over 120 articles, and has authored and edited three books: "Melanocytic Lesions: a Case Based Approach", "Vulvar Pathology", and "Cutaneous Hematopathology".
Dr. Hoang's research focuses on the diagnostic utility of immunohistochemistry in cutaneous neoplasms and the development of educational platforms using the latest technology. For more information about research concepts, co-authors, and to see a timeline, visit Dr. Hoang's profile at the Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Center.