Dr. Chadburn is a hematopathologist with over 20 years of diagnostic experience in the area of lymphoma and lymphoid lesions. A native of the state of Oregon, Dr. Chadburn attended and graduated from Stanford University Medical School. She did her pathology residency training (anatomic pathology / clinical pathology) at the now New York Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medicine followed by a hematopathology fellowship at Columbia – Presbyterian Medical Center. She has been on the faculty at Columbia University, Northwestern University – Feinberg School of Medicine and, currently, at Weill Cornell Medical College (now Weill Cornell Medicine). She has held variety of positions, but is now Vice Chair of Clinical Support Services. Her area of expertise is immunodeficiency related lymphoproliferative diseases, but has expertise in all areas of lymphoid neoplasia and is a frequently invited speaker on these topics. She has approximately 170 peer-reviewed publications, including on multicentric Castleman disease occurring in the HIV+ patient population, several textbook chapters as well as chapters as a co-author in two WHO blue books. She has also been a co-PI on grants studying the pathogenesis of lymphoid lesions and lymphomas. She has served as one of the expert reviewers for the Society of Hematopathology/European Association of Haematopathology Workshop onImmunodeficiency and Dysregulation. She also has expertise in immunohistochemistry as attested by her peer-reviewed papers, lectures, review of immunohistochemistry stains as part of her central review activities and based on her experience as medical director of Immunohistochemistry / Immunopathology Laboratories at Northwestern Memorial and New York Presbyterian Hospitals. She is active in medical education and currently is co-chair of the Annual Meeting Education Committee for the American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) and in the past has served on the Education committees of both United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) and ASCP.