Allie Grossmann, MD, PhD

Medical Director, Anatomic Pathology and Molecular Oncology
Dr. Grossmann received a BS in zoology at the College of Idaho and a PhD and MD from the Oregon Health Sciences University, where she studied tyrosine kinase substrate specificity with Brian J. Druker, MD. Dr. Grossmann completed both a residency in anatomic pathology and a research fellowship in molecular medicine at the University of Utah. Her postdoctoral work in the laboratory of Dean Y. Li, MD, PhD, focused on the role of small GTPases in melanoma invasion and metastasis. Most recently, Dr. Grossmann completed a fellowship in molecular genetic pathology at ARUP Laboratories. Her primary subspecialty interests are sarcoma pathology and molecular oncology. Her research interests include mechanisms of tumorgenesis, metastasis, and the development of targeted therapies for cancer treatment.