Incyte Pathologists

Mancong Zhang, M.D., Ph.D.

Dr. Zhang trained in anatomic and clinical pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, where she served as Pathology Chief Resident. Following her residency, she completed a fellowship with the Harvard Medical School Hospitals’ Dermatopathology program, where she trained under Dr. Martin Mihm, a world-renowned pathologist, dermatologist, and expert in melanocytic lesions. Dr. Mihm is the co-director of the WHO Melanoma Pathology Committee and external coordinator of the WHO Rare Tumor Institute.

While at Harvard Medical School Hospitals, Dr. Zhang worked with several leading authorities in her field, including Dr. Phillip McKee, a former Chief of Dermatopathology at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and author of the textbook, Pathology of the Skin: With Clinical Correlations; Dr. George Murphy, the Chief of Dermatopathology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and author of Melanocytic and Non-Melanocytic Tumors of the Skin, AFIP Atlas of Tumor Pathology Series III; Dr. Lyn Duncan, the Chief of Dermatopathology at Massachusetts General Hospital; and Dr. Steve Tahan, the Chief of Dermatopathology at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. From these distinguished professors, Dr. Zhang received individual instruction at the microscope over a broad spectrum of cutaneous diseases, ranging from congenital disorders to tumors of the skin, and she reviewed and signed out over ten thousand diagnostically complex cases with these experts.
During her time at Harvard, Dr. Zhang gave lectures to dermatology residents on pigmented lesions and skin infections and she regularly presented interesting cases at Dermatology Megarounds. She was the co-author of thirteen articles presented and discussed at the Atlantic Dermatological Conference.
Dr. Zhang’s experience also includes many years of research work in Molecular Pathology and Dermatology at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN and Washington University in St. Louis, MO. She has frequently published and contributed significantly to dermatopathology literature.
Dr. Zhang is board certified in anatomic & clinical pathology and dermatopathology by the American Board of Pathology. She has been a valuable member of Incyte Diagnostics since 2004. She provides second opinion consultations on difficult melanocytic lesions and general dermatopathology, as well as on anatomic and clinical pathology cases. She is an active member of numerous national and local professional medical societies and organizations.
Dr. Zhang is licensed to practice in the states of Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah and Massachusetts.
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