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Steven H. Lewis, MD, FCAP, FACOG

Clinical Professor and Chair of the Program Committee for the Given Institute; Faculty Associate, Center for Bioethics and Humanities


Education:​

 – BA; University of Colorado (1977)

 – MD; University of Colorado AOA (1981)

 

Postdoctoral Education:

 – Intern, Resident and Chief Resident, OB/GYN and Anatomic Pathology (1981-1987) Cornell                                     University School of Medicine 
 – Oncology Residency; Memorial Hospital Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (1983-1984)
 – Fellowship OB/GYN Pathology (1987) Columbia University
 – Visiting Distinguished Scholar; (1987) UCSD Medical School 

 – Senior Fellow American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
 – Fellow College of American Pathologists


Faculty Appointments:

 – Assistant Clinical Professor 1987-1990 OB/GYN and Pathology the Presbyterian Hospital of Columbia                       University   - Head, Division of Obstetrical Pathology.

 – Associate Clinical Professor (1990-2003) OB/GYN and Pathology- University of South Florida

 – Director, Florida Women’s Center and Anatomic Pathology Services (1990-2003)

 – Clinical Professor of Pathology (2009-Present) University of Colorado School of Medicine Denver

 – Faculty Associate, Center for Bioethics and Humanities (2015-Present) University of Colorado School of                    Medicine Denver


Research Activities:

 – Microinjection of Caeoribditis elegans Ova

 – Tissue Cultured, Neoplastic Cytologic Microinjection Murine Bastocysts

 – In Vivo Derived, Neoplastic Cytologic Microinjection of Murine Blastocysts

 – Pathology of the Placenta

 – Homeobox Gene Transcript Assay (Identification of HOX 1.3)

 – Identification of Vertical Transmission of HIV in First Trimester Fetuses

 – Horizontal Transmission of HIV Prevention at Birth

 – Reduction in Surgical Morbidity and Hospital Stay Following Major Abdominal/Pelvic Surgery


Publications:

Journal Articles in Pub Med (www.pubmed.gov) 

​​Contemporary Issues in Surgical Pathology:, Pathlogy of the Placenta Vol. 23 © 1999 Churchill Livingstone

​​University of Colorado CCTSI Profile


Special Interests:

 – Board of Directors and Chair, Medical Ethics Advisory Board

           Aspen Center for Social Values

 – Art and the Humanities in Bioethics and Medicine


Artist in Residencies:  

 – Nameste Center for Arts, Denver 

 – Red Brick Center for Arts, Aspen 

 – The Given Institute, Aspen


 – Selected Exhibitions “Art for Healing” 

 – M.J. Fox Parkinson’s Disease Foundation,  Ward Nasse Gallery SOHO NY

 – SOWA Gallery Boston  “Art for Healing”

 – New York Council for the Arts sponsored “Art for Healing”

         Great Neck Center for Performing Arts, NY.

         Chelsea, NY (Sponsored by Isabella Rosallini and Spike Lee)

  

 Additional Art for Healing Information and Gallery: Http://SteveLewis.com


 Volunteer First Responder Educator:

 – EMS/EMT Rescue Squads  (Engine Companies)

        CMC In Aspen and Vail Valley

        Pathology of Emergency OB/BYN


Contacts:

 Email:

 Office Phone:

Steven.H2.Lewis@ucdenver.edu

(303) 724-3700

 

Mailing Address:

Department of Pathology

Mail Stop B216

A01

Aurora, Colorado 80045