Jane Turner, M.D., Ph.D.

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Associate Professor of Pathology
Assistant Medical Examiner, City of St. Louis

Untitled document Saint Louis University, BA, 1985
Saint Louis University, Ph.D., 1991
Saint Louis University School of Medicine, M.D., 1992

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Email Address: turnerjw@slu.edu

CV: Jane Turner, M.D., Ph.D.

Jane Turner, M.D., Ph.D.
Jane Turner, M.D., Ph.D.
Clinical/Research Interests:
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Forensic pathology, pathology of trauma, unexpected deaths in childhood

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Forensic Pathology


Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
Forensic Pathology



Departmental Affiliations



1. Ruh MF, Turner JW, Paulson CM, Ruh TS: Differences in the form of salt-transformed estrogen receptor when bound by estrogen versus antiestrogen. J. Steroid Biochem. 36:509-515, 1990.

2. Turner JW, Ruh MF, Ward D, Ruh TS: Effects of antiestrogen versus antiprogestin on transformed and nontransformed steroid receptors. J. Steroid Biochem. Molec. Biol. 38:197-203, 1991.

3. Ruh TS, Turner JW, Ruh MF: Mechanisms of antiestrogen action: Alterations in receptor properties and interactions with chromatin acceptor sites. In: Antihormones in Health and Disease (ed. MK Agarwal) Karger 19:73-86, 1991.

4. Turner JW: The use of somatostatin and its analog in the treatment of an external pancreatic fistula. Missouri Medicine, Nov. 1994.

5. Turner JW: The Autopsy: A Guide for the Non-Pathologist. MedLaw Update, spring, 2005.

6. Lueder GT, Turner JW and Paschall R: Perimacular retinal folds simulating nonaccidental injury in an infant. Archives of Ophthalmology 2006; 124:1782-1783.

7. Garg U and Turner JW: A fatal case involving extremely high levels of ethylene glycol without elevation of its metabolites or crystalluria. American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology 2009; 30: 219-312.

8. Turner, JW: Death of a Child from Topical Diphenhydramine. American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology 2009;30:380-381.

9. Sandomirsky, M and Turner JW: Angioedema of the Tongue: A Rare Cause of Asphyxia in a Homicide. Forensic Pathology Checksample, American Society for Clinical Pathology, January 2011; 53: 1-12.

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