Victor Brodsky, MD

Victor Brodsky, MD

Associate Professor, Pathology & Immunology


  • Anatomic & Molecular Pathology

Additional Titles

  • Associate Medical Director of Information Systems

Twitter Handle


  • BA, Boston University, Boston, MA, United States of America (Cum Laude, Accelerated Seven Year BA/MD Medical Program, undergraduate portion) (2001)
  • MD, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA, United States of America (2005)
  • Resident, Anatomic Pathology, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY, United States of America (2005-2008)
  • Invited Inaugural Fellow, Pathology Informatics, Massachusetts General Hospital / Partners, Boston, MA, United States of America (2008-2009)

Honor Society Memberships

  • Co-Chair of the Standards Committee of the Association for Pathology Informatics

Clinical Areas of Interest

  • Medical Informatics, Laboratory Informatics, Quality Improvement, Clinical Decision Support, Medical Image Analysis, Whole Slide Imaging, Healthcare Information Technology, EMR and LIS configuration, Medical Education, Pathology Informatics, Standardization

Research Statement

Recent advances in information technology continue to unveil new opportunities to improve patient care. With the exponential growth of institutional and reference data, selecting the most impactful goals, efficient tools, and timely implementation of insightful strategy are extremely important to ensure progress and quality improvement. Medical Informatics is the discipline aiming to keep up to date with medicine, computer science, and a number of other fields to guide us to optimal decisions for healthcare quality, operational efficiency, clinical research, and medical education. From clinical decision support systems and machine learning applications, to optimizing workflows, anomaly detection, and developing novel whole slide image analysis algorithms, laboratory informatics presents a multitude of opportunities for positive impact on care quality.

Selected Publications

Performance of Automated Classification of Diagnostic Entities in Dermatopathology Validated on Multisite Data Representing the Real-World Variability of Pathology Workload. Victor Brodsky, MD; Leah Levine, MSc; Enric P. Solans, MD; Samer Dola, MD; Larisa Chervony, MD, PhD; Simon Polak, MSc. Arch Pathol Lab Med (2022)
Rabbit monoclonal E-cadherin antibody: A cost-effective alternative to mouse monoclonal antibody in distinguishing ductal carcinoma in situ from lobular carcinoma in situ. Jordan E. Baum MD, Jaclyn A. Croyle MA, Victor B. Brodsky MD, Yifang Liu MD, Sandra J. Shin MD. The Breast Journal, 04 June 2019.
Is Switching From Mouse to Rabbit Worth the Trouble? Monoclonal Antibody against E-cadherin in Distinguishing Lobular Carcinoma In Situ from Ductal Carcinoma In Situ. Jordan Baum, MD, Jaclyn Croyle, MS, Victor Brodsky, MD, Yifang Liu, MD, Sandra Shin, MD. American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Volume 146, Issue suppl_1, September 2016, 286,
Roy E. Lee, David S. McClintock, Ulysses J. Balis, Jason M. Baron, Michael J. Becich, Bruce A. Beckwith, Victor B. Brodsky, Alexis B. Carter, Anand S. Dighe, Mehrvash Haghighi, Jason D. Hipp, Walter H. Henricks, Jiyeon Y. Kim, Veronica E. Klepseis, Frank C. Kuo, William J. Lane, Bruce P. Levy, Maristela L. Onozato, Seung L. Park, John H. Sinard, Mark J. Tuthill, John R. Gilbertson. Pathology informatics fellowship retreats: The use of interactive scenarios and case studies as pathology informatics teaching tools. Journal of Pathology Informatics. Volume 3, Issue 1, 2012.
Ordo ab Chao: Framework for an Integrated Disease Report. Monica E. de Baca, MD; Ramy Arnaout, MD, DPhil; Victor Brodsky, MD; George G. Birdsong, MD. Arch Pathol Lab Med (2015) 139 (2): 165–170.n
HL7 CDA Implementation Guide for Structured Anatomic Pathology Reports Methodology and Tools. Haitham Kussaibi, François Macary, Mary Kennedy, David Booker, Victor Brodsky, Thomas Schrader, Marcial Garcia-Rojo, Christel Daniel. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. Volume 160: MEDINFO 2010. 10.3233/978-1-60750-588-4-289.
John R. Gilbertson, David S. McClintock, Roy E. Lee, Maristela Onozato, Frank C. Kuo, Bruce A. Beckwith, Yukako Yagi, Anand S. Dighe, Tom M. Gudewicz, Long P. Le, David C. Wilbur, Ji Yeon Kim, Victor B. Brodsky, Stephen Black-Schaffer. Clinical fellowship training in pathology informatics: A program description,
Journal of Pathology Informatics, Volume 3, Issue 1, 2012, 11,
Different tracks for pathology informatics fellowship training: Experiences of and input from trainees in a large multisite fellowship program. Bruce P. Levy, David S. McClintock, Roy E. Lee, William J. Lane, Veronica E. Klepeis, Jason M. Baron, Maristela L. Onozato, JiYeon Kim, Victor Brodsky, Bruce Beckwith, Frank Kuo, John R. Gilbertson. Journal of Pathology Informatics, 30 August 2012.
A Novel Class of Laboratory Middleware: Promoting Information Flow and Improving Computerized Provider Order Entry. Ricky Grisson, MD, MBA, Ji Yeon Kim, MD, MPH, Victor Brodsky, MD, Irina K. Kamis, MS, RD, Balaji Singh, Sidi M. Belkziz, Shalini Batra, Harold J. Myers, Alexander Demyanov, Anand S. Dighe, MD, PhD. American Journal of Clinical Pathology, Volume 133, Issue 6, June 2010, Pages 860–869,
Laboratory Reports in the Electronic Medical Record. Liron Pantanowitz, MD, Victor Brodsky, MD, Raymond D. Aller, MD. Laboratory Medicine, Volume 38, Issue 6, June 2007, Pages 339–340,

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