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Steven H. Lewis, MD, FACOG, FCAP

Clincal Professor of Pathology


email:     Steven.H2.Lewis@UCDenver.edu
phone:   (303) 724-3704
office:    University of Colorado-Dept. of Pathology
             Mail Stop B216-A01
             Aurora, Colorado 80045

Steven Lewis is Clinical Professor of Pathology at University of Colorado; Senior Fellow of the American College of OB/GYN and Fellow of the College of American Pathology.

He chaired Public Programs at University of Colorado’s Given Institute, is Chief Medical Advisor for Aspen's Center for Social Values, and a Faculty Associate at the University of Colorado Center for Bioethics and Humanities where he recently co-moderated a panel on art in medicine.

A nationally recognized artist, Lewis has several “in Residence” positions, including Namaste Hospice Center.

Lewis founded Women's Centers and laboratories and with his research, he enhanced women’s care globally. 

Education:  

• Undergraduate education: University of Colorado, Boulder, CO

• Medical education: University of Colorado Health Sciences Center (School of Medicine), Denver, CO

• Internships: Cornell-Weill University Medical Center, The New York Hospital, New York, NY

• Residency (OB/GYN): Cornell-Weill University Medical Center, The New York Hospital, New York, NY

• Residency (Anatomic Pathology): Cornell-Weill University Medical Center, The New York Hospital, New York, NY

• Residency (GYN/ Oncology): Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY

• Fellowship (OB/ GYN/ Pathology): Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY

Link to University of Colorado-Department of Pathology faculty page.

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