Allison Lisle, M.D., assistant professor of pathology, has been appointed as the new course director for Pathology I and II. She joined the School of Medicine last October and has clinical appointments with the Truman Medical Center and Research Medical Center pathology departments.
Lisle is a board certified dermatopathologist who completed her residency training at the University of Missouri-Columbia and her fellowship training at the University of Washington. She graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine in 2005.
Lisle has clinical research interests in the areas of Spitz nevi, Special Site nevi, Dysplastic nevi, and Melanoma. Some of her other clinical interests include vulvar inflammatory dermatoses and alopecia.
Lisle won the Bursary award for abstract presentation at the XXVIIth Congress of the International Academy of Pathology in 2008.
“(Lisle) is committed to the education of medical students and is enthusiastic about her new role as course director,” said Stefanie Ellison, associate dean for curriculum.
Lisle lists her personal interests as following professional tennis, shopping, and taking her dogs to the park.