• Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Center

James G. Flood, PhD

Assistant Pathologist,
Associate Director of Core Laboratory,
Massachusetts General Hospital

Assistant Professor of Pathology,
Harvard Medical School




Jim is the Director of the Pathology Chemistry Laboratory at Massachusetts General Hospital, and an Assistant Professor of Pathology at Harvard Medical School.  He received his BA from Lehigh University in 1971.  Six years later he received a PhD in Analytical Chemistry from Lehigh.  Jim received his clinical chemistry training from Drs. George Bowers and Robert McComb at Hartford Hospital from 1976-79.  He moved to Massachusetts General Hospital as Assistant Director of the Chemistry Lab in 1980.  He has directed that lab since 1984.  Jim's interests include analytical toxicology, liquid chromatography, and lab automation.  His recent publications involve Suboxone monitoring and the specificity of serum and urine amphetamine and tricyclic antidepressant assays. His current research and development efforts involve the use of tandem mass spectrometry for testing for drugs in oral fluid.

Clinical Interests

Analytical method development in toxicology and therapeutic drug monitoring.  Applications of mass spectrometry in the clinical laboratory.  Computer and chemometric applications in the clinical laboratory.


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Massachusetts General Hospital
Chemistry Laboratory – GRB 5
55 Fruit Street
Boston, MA 02114

Phone: 617-726-3635
Fax: 617-726-9206

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