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Alden R. Webb, D.O.

Dr. Webb joined Incyte Diagnostics in 2012. He is board certified in anatomic and clinical pathology and dermatopathology.  Dr. Webb is currently serving as the Laboratory Medical Director at Benewah Community Hospital in St. Maries, Idaho.

Dr. Webb graduated with a Master of Science in Biology from the Purdue School of Science, Indiana University- Purdue University in Indianapolis, IN. He completed his medical degree at the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Midwestern University in Downers Grove, IL, where he was recognized with the Outstanding Contribution in Biochemistry Department Award for his work as a research assistant.
 
After obtaining his medical degree, Dr. Webb completed his residency at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, IN. During his residency, he was a College of American Pathologists’ resident forum delegate at the national level, and worked to affect change for pathology residents. Dr. Webb was able to bring unique insight from his experiences as a delegate at the CAP forum to the Indiana Association of Pathology where he served as a resident representative.
 
As a pathology laboratory assistant Instructor, Dr. Webb assisted the staff pathologist with lectures and taught the medical students diagnostic pathology skills. He presented slides for selected cases and provided a pathologist’s point of view at various tumor boards, including a weekly melanoma conference at various sites on the Indiana University Health Campus.
 
Dr. Webb completed a fellowship in Dermatopathology at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, IN. During his training, He worked with and spent time under the tutelage of various leading authorities within his field including Dr. Geoffrey Gottlieb (Ackerman Academy of Dermatopathology, New York, New York), Dr. Bruce Smoller (University of Arkansas Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas) and Dr. Scott Binder (UCLA, Los Angeles, California).
 
Additionally, Dr. Webb has an interest in hematologic entities of the skin.
 
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