William C. McDonald, MD

My principle goals are to apply the best available traditional and molecular tools to diagnostic neuropathology, to teach those with an interest in neuropathology, and to develop collaborative research projects in the study of pituitary adenoma, infiltrating gliomas and other brain tumors. Other interests within the field of neuropathology include CNS infectious diseases, muscle and

Taofic Mounajjed, MD

My main professional goal is to work as a team member, providing the highest possible quality and integrated diagnostics in pathology. I aim to accomplish this by continuously learning from my clinical work and systematically pursuing and sharing CME opportunities, and by integrating informatics and digital pathology into daily practice. I love to read, run

Dana L. Nelson, MD

My goal is to provide timely, accurate pathology results so the patient and their health provider(s) can make the most appropriate and informed decisions regarding treatment and prognosis. I like just about anything outdoors but the top of the list includes golfing, gardening, running and spending time on the water. I skated at a hockey

Mara H. Rendi, MD, PhD

I strive to deliver the highest quality care for my patients in the areas of breast and gynecologic pathology.  As pathology dictates the subsequent treatment options available to patients, I continually aim to provide the most up-to-date knowledge in my specialty areas so I can best help my patients and clinical colleagues choose the most

Margaret L. Ruocco, MD

As an AP/CP boarded pathologist, my goal is to provide comprehensive directorship to our affiliated and community-based hospital laboratories. I am the laboratory medical director at sites in ​Northfield, Shakopee, Faribault and Owatonna, MN. My subspecialty iscytopathology and my interests include autopsy and ENT pathology.  Quality patient care for a pathologist involves good communication with multiple

Lori J. Ryan, MD

I am an AP/CP trained pathologist. My professional interests include cytopathology, immunohistochemistry and pulmonary pathology. I currently serve on the CAP Immunohistochemistry Committee.

Schuyler O. Sanderson, MD

As the director of QA and the Histology Lab, I am always working to support system control of processes to maintain quality throughout all phases of the specimen’s lifecycle in the laboratory. In that, I also am interested in gaining and maintaining efficiencies for these processes and work inside our complex lab information system (Epic’s