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Rogers C. Griffith Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Expertise/Certifications: Anatomic Pathology, Surgical Pathology, Hematopathology
Office:  444-5152
(Lab Customer Service: 401-793-4242)

Dr. Griffith is an Associate Professor on the faculty of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Warren Alpert School of Medicine at Brown University.  He is a Surgical Pathologist at Lifespan Academic Medical Center, and a Staff Hematopathologist with special interests in lymphomas and lymphoproliferative disorders. Dr. Griffith obtained his BS and MD from the University of Arkansas, MA from Washington University, and MBA from the University of Rhode Island.  He is board-certified in anatomic pathology by the American Board of Pathology.

Prior appointments:
Residency and Fellowship, Washington University (Barnes Jewish Hospital), St. Louis, MO

Assistant Professor, Surgical Pathology, Washington University (Barnes Jewish Hospital), St. Louis, MO

Brown Affiliations

scholarly work

Cu-Uvin S, Flanagan K, Flanagan TP, Culf K, Eastman-Abaya R, Nitta K, Griffith RC and Jesdale BM: Cervical dysplasia among incarcerated women: a comparison of HIV seropositive and HIV seronegative inmates. J Women’s Health, 1996.

Seliem RM, Griffith RC, Harris NL, Beheshti J, Schiffman FJ, Longine J, Kutok J and Ferry JA: HHV-8+, EBV+ multicentric plasmablastic microlymphoma in an HIV+ man: the spectrum of HHV-8+ lymphoproliferative disorders expands. Am J Surg Pathol 31:1439-1445, 2007.

Yates JA, Zakai NA, Griffith RC, Wing EJ and Schiffman FJ: Multicentric Castleman disease, Kaposi sarcoma, hemophagocytic syndrome, and a novel HHV8-lymphoproliferative disorder. AIDS Reader 17:596-598, 601, 2007.

Said FR, Griffith RC and Bayliss GP: An Unusual Presentation of Hematuria. Kidney International 79:923, 2011.

research overview

Dr. Griffith has a particular interest in lymphoproliferative disorders, and in diagnostic methods in surgical pathology.