David S. Brink, M.D.

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Professor of Pathology
Director, Residency Training Program

Education:
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School of Medicine, M.D., 1995
Washington University
College of Arts and Sciences, B.A., 1990

Office: Untitled document Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital

Email Address: brinkds@slu.edu

CV: David S. Brink, M.D.

David S. Brink, M.D.
David S. Brink, M.D.
Clinical/Research Interests:
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Pediatric surgical pathology
Pediatric autopsy pathology
Fetal/developmental pathology
Pediatric renal pathology
Skeletal muscle pathology
Renal pathology



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Division

Pediatric Pathology

Certifications

Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
Pediatric Pathology

Memberships

Maternal, Child and Family Health Coalition of Metropolitan St. Louis, 2006-present
Children’s Oncology Group, 2003-present
Society for Pediatric Pathology, 2001-present
College of American Pathologists, 1995-present
Missouri State Representative, Residents’ Forum, 1996-1998
American Society for Clinical Pathology, 1993-present
St. Louis Pathological Society/Wagih Bari Society of St. Louis Pathologists, 1992-1993 and 1995-2000
American Medical Association, 1990-present
Missouri State Medical Association, 1990-present
St. Louis Metropolitan Medical Association, 1990-present

Departmental Affiliations

Pathology
Pediatrics

Publications

1. Costa DJ, Mitchell RB, Brink DS. Congenital/infantile fibrosarcoma in a 3-week-old boy. Ear, Nose, & Throat Journal 87(4): 196-198, 2008.

2. Vogler C, Wang Y, Brink DS, Wood E, Belsha C, Walker PD. Renal pathology in the pediatric transplant patient. Advances in Anatomic Pathology 14(3):202-216, 2007.

3. Brink DS. Transient leukemia (transient myeloproliferative disorder, transient abnormal myelopoiesis) of Down syndrome. Advances in Anatomic Pathology 13:256-262, 2006.

4. Geller T, Loftis L, Brink DS. Cerebellar infarction in adolescent males associated with acute marijuana use. Pediatrics 113:e365-e370, 2004.

5. Brink DS, Luisiri A, Grange DK. Case report: lethal multiple pterygium syndrome. Pediatric Pathology and Molecular Medicine 22(6):461-470, 2003.

6. Polski JM, Dunphy CH, Evans HL, Brink DS. Lymph node infarction. Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine 127(8):922, 2003.

7. Vadlamani I, Ma E, Brink DS, Batanian JR. Trisomy 15 in a case of pediatric hemangiopericytoma and review of the literature. Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics 138(2):116-119, 2002.

8. Brink DS, Fenton GA, Noguchi A, Manepalli AN, Vogler C. Clinicopathologic conference: neurologic dysfunction in a premature infant. Journal of Pediatrics 140(1):110-115, 2002.

9. Batanian JR, Brink DS, Thorpe CM, Haddad BR. Case of lipoblastoma with two derivative chromosomes 8 containing homogeneously staining-like regions and a review of the literature: lipoblastoma and chromosome 8. Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics 125(1):10-13, 2001.

10. Keller MS, Weber TR, Sotelo-Avila C, Brink DS, Luisiri A. Duodenal duplication cysts: a rare cause of acute pancreatitis in children. Surgery 130(1):112-115, 2001.


Book

1. Lechner AJ, Matuschak GM, Brink DS. Respiratory: An Integrated Approach to Disease (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2012).

Book Chapter

1.  Vogler C, Brink DS, Grange DK. Inborn errors of metabolism. In: Stocker JT, Dehner LP, Husain AN (Ed.): Stocker & Dehner’s Pediatric Pathology: Third Edition (Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2011).

Honors and Awards

Golden Apple Award (2016), Saint Louis University School of Medicine and American Medical Student Association
Faculty of the Year, Department of Pathology (2014-2015) Saint Louis University School of Medicine
Best Doctors List, St. Louis Magazine, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Distinguished Teacher Award for the M.D. Program, Saint Louis University School of Medicine
2008, 2003
Award of Appreciation, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, 1998


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