|The Children's Hospital-Denver, CO||fellowship||Pediatric Pathology||1989|
|Letterman Army Medical Center||residency||Anatomic Pathology||1985|
|William Beaumont Army Medical Center||internship||Pathology||1982|
|University of Health Sciences, College of Ost||medical school||Doctor of Osteopathy||1981|
Dr. Popek studies placental pathology as the cause of poor neonatal outcomes. Current research focuses on the role of Ureaplasma spp. in premature delivery and chronic lung disease and the etiology of premature delivery in primagravidas. Other interests include study of twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome placentas before and after in utero therapy and ways to "heal" the membranes after such therapy with the new Fetal Center at TCH.
|American Medical Association||Member|
|American Society for Clinical Pathology||Member|
|Society for Pediatric Pathology||Member|
|Untied States & Canadian Academy of Pathology||Member|
Mann LK, Papanna R, Moise KJ Jr, Byrd RH, Popek EJ, Kaur S, Tseng SC, Stewart RJ. Fetal membrane patch and biomimetic adhesive coacervates as a sealant for fetoscopic defects. Acta Biomaterialia 2012 Jul;8(6):2160-5.
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