Josh B. Cook, M.D. - Pathology Resident
Josh B. Cook, M.D.
Rank: PGY- 4
Residency Program: AP/CP
- 2008, M.B.Ch.B. University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
- 2005, B.S. Biology, University of Auckland, Auckland New Zealand
- 2001, M.Sc. Engineering, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia
- 1998, B.S. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah
Honors and Awards
- Josh is the recipient of the Russell J. Eilers Scholarship and will attend the American Pathology Foundation's 2011 Spring Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Variability in Methods Specification for Diagnostic Test Accuracy Studies in Fine-Needle Aspiration Cytology:A Survey of Reporting Practice, Poster, American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) 2011 Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, October 21, 2011
- A Multifocal Myeloid Sarcoma Presenting Concurrently with a Pure Erythroid Leukemia in an Infant, Poster, College of American Pathologists (CAP) 2011 Annual Meeting, Grapevine, Texas, September 11, 2011
- EBV Positive Plasmablastic Lymphoma Arising Adjacent to Low Grade Follicular Lymphoma: Transformation or a Second Process?, Poster, College of American Pathologists (CAP) 2011 Annual Meeting, Grapevine, Texas, September 11, 2011
- Autopsy findings in a new case of Acrocephalopolydactylous Dysplasia (Elejalde syndrome), Poster, Society for Pediatric Pathology Fall Meeting, Banff, Alberta, Canada, September, 2010
- Cook JB, Cohen MB. Error Reduction & Laboratory Culture. Advance for Admin of the Laboratory. Vol 21 Issue 7 page 16.
- Schmidt RL, Factor RE, Affolter KE, Cook JB, Hall BJ, Narra KK, Witt BL, Wilson AR and Layfield LJ. Methods Specification for Diagnostic Test Accuracy Studies in Fine-Needle Aspiration Cytology: A Survey of Reporting Practice. Am J Clin Pathol. 2012 Jan;137(1):132-41.
About Josh B. Cook, M.D.
Josh was born in Salt Lake City and tripled majored at the University of Utah in 1998 in physics, chemistry and mathematics. Upon competition he entered the US Navy as a Nuclear Engineering officer stationed in Hawaii and completed training leading to a Master’s degree in Nuclear Engineering while in the Navy. While traveling in New Zealand Josh was offered a spot in the medical school at the University of Auckland which he accepted. After graduating from medical school in November of 2008, Josh has been researching neuroendocrine tumors at Weill Cornell Medical College. Josh and his wife Christa are excited to move back to Salt Lake City. Josh will begin a Hematopathology fellowship at University of Washington in St. Louis, Missouri in July of 2013.