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Long Phi Le, MD, PhD

  • Phone: 617-726-8173
Department of Pathology


  • Cancer Center
Clinical Interests
Molecular pathology
Boston: Massachusetts General Hospital
Medical Education
MD, PhD, University of Alabama School of Medicine
Residency, Massachusetts General Hospital
Fellowship, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Board Certifications
Clinical Pathology/Laboratory Medicine, American Board of Pathology
Molecular Genetic Pathology, American Board of Medical Genetics
Foreign Languages
Patient Age Group
Accepting New Patients

BiographyAssistant in Pathology,
Massachusetts General Hospital

Dr. Long Phi Le is agraduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1999) and received hisMD/PhD from the University of Alabama at BirminghamSchool of Medicine in 2006.  He completedhis residency training in Clinical Pathology at the Massachusetts General Hospitaland his Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship at Brigham and Women's Hospital(2010).  He joined the MGH Department ofPathology as an instructor and assistant pathologist in 2010.  His clinical and research interests in theDiagnostic Molecular Pathology Laboratory include the application of copynumber analysis, next generation sequencing, and bioinformatics in moleculardiagnostics.


View my most recent publications at PubMed

  1. Ugai H, Wang M, Le LP, Matthews DA, Yamamoto M, Curiel DT. In vitro dynamic visualization analysis of fluorescently labeled minor capsid protein IX and core protein V by simultaneous detection. J Mol Biol. 395, 55-78 (2010).
  2. Tang Y, Le LP, Matthews QL, Han T, Wu H, Curiel DT. Derivation of a triple mosaic adenovirus based on modification of the minor capsid protein IX. Virology 377, 391-400 (2008).
  3. Schoehn G, El Bakkouri M, Fabry CM, Billet O, Estrozi LF, Le L, Curiel DT, Kajava AV, Ruigrok RW, Kremer EJ. Three-dimensional structure of canine adenovirus serotype 2 capsid. J Virol. 82, 3192-3203 (2008).
  4. Ugai H, Borovjagin AV, Le LP, Wang M, Curiel DT. Thermostability/infectivity defect caused by deletion of the core protein V gene in human adenovirus type 5 is rescued by thermo-selectable mutations in the core protein X precursor. J Mol Biol. 366, 1142-1160 (2007).
  5. Stoff A, Rivera AA, Banerjee NS, Mathis JM, Espinosa-de-la-Monteros A, Le LP, I. de la Torre J., Vasconez LO, Broker TR, Richter DF, Stoff-Khalili MA, and Curiel DT. Strategies to Enhance Transductional Efficiency of Adenoviral Based Gene Transfer to Primary Human Fibroblasts and Keratinocytes as a Platform in Dermal Wounds. Wound Repair Regen. 14, 608-617 (2006).

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