Curriculum Vitae, Michael D. Lagios, MD
(Dr. Lagios' expanded CV can be found here)

Education
• University of California, Major in Zoology B.A.; 1956–1960 Berkeley, California
• University of California, School of Medicine, M.D.; 1961–1965, San Francisco, California
• University of California, Department of Pathology Internship; 1965–1966, Los Angeles, California
• University of California, Department of Pathology Residency; 1966–1970, San Francisco, California
Special Certification
• Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, 11/7/70. American Board of Pathology, San Francisco, California
Professional Societies
• American Society of Clinical Pathologists.
American Society of Breast Disease
   (Secretary/Treasurer, 1996; President, 1997-1999; Board of Directors, 1995–2004)

• American Society of Integrative Biologists
Recent Appointments
• Medical Director. The Breast Cancer Consultation Service. Tiburon, California. 2001–present.
• St. Mary’s Hospital and Medical Center. Director, Breast Services. 2001–present.
• St. Mary’s Hospital and Medical Center. Medical Director, Breast Cancer Consultation Service.
   San Francisco, California. 1994–2001.
• California Pacific Medical Center. Staff Pathologist. 1972–1994.
• California Pacific Medical Center, Pathologist to the Breast Health Center, 1988–1994.
University Appointments
• Assistant Clinical Professor of Pathology. University of California, San Francisco Medical Center.
   San Francisco, California 1975–present.
• Clinical Associate Professor of Pathology, Stanford University Medical Center, Stanford, California. 1991–present
Honors
Best Doctors of America. 1998present. Online.
Best Doctors of America. 19921993 and 19941995 Editions. Woodward/White.
Best Doctors of America, Pacific Region. 19961997 Editions. Woodward/White.
Chairman, Breast Cancer Pathology Network. West Coast Cancer Foundation,
   San Francisco, California. 1976
1979.
Research Associate, Steinhart Aquarium, California Academy of Sciences,
   San Francisco, California. 1975
1981.
Recipient, Annual Teaching Award in Surgery. Children’s Hospital of San Francisco
   (Awarded by UCSF Surgery Residents). 1977, 1982.
Fellow, California Academy of Sciences. San Francisco, California. 1978present.