Dr. Mouna Todorov, M.D.
Dr. Todorov was born into a family of pathologists. She has acquired a broad experience in practice and academic interests in the U.S and abroad. Dr. Todorov was trained and certified in Anatomic Pathology from the University Of Damascus, Syria. She was trained in Anatomical and Clinical Pathology at the George Washington University Medical Center in Washington D.C.. She is fellowship trained in Orthopedic Pathology (Hospital for Joint Diseases, affiliated with New York University). She also has completed a fellowship in Hematopathology (Beth Israel- Albert Einstein Program, New York). Dr. Todorov is Board certified by the American Board of Pathology. Dr. Todorov serves as an assistant professor at the University of Kansas School Of Medicine in Wichita.
Dr. Todorov interests include immunohistochemistry and molecular studies application in targeted therapy and personalized medicine. She is interested in Hematopathology and lymphomagenesis. She also enjoys all aspects of Anatomical Pathology including skin diseases, lung neoplasms, cytopathology, gastrointestinal, gynecological pathology, in addition to soft tissue and Orthopaedic Pathology.
Dr. Todorov worked in lymphomagenesis research and cell signaling. She published in major peer reviewed pathology and hematology journals.