Welcome to Adventures in Neuropathology!

A forum dedicated to the expansion in neuropathology knowledge for students and practitioners alike.

On this page we will discuss general clinicopathologic principles related to diagnosis of CNS and PNS-related disorders demonstrated by interesting neuropathologic cases, including (but not limited to) brain tumors, neuromuscular disorders, peripheral nerve abnormalities, and any other CNS or PNS related topics. The information contained in this page is meant for medical education purposes only, appropriate for pathologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, Neuro-oncologists, and anyone interested in the histopathologic diagnoses of brain and spinal cord abnormalities. This page is not intended to provide medical advice or patient consultation.

If you or a loved one have a CNS abnormality or other questions or concerns regarding your health, please contact your doctor.

Dr. Andrea Gilbert

Assistant Professor, Neuropathology

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Dr. Andrea Gilbert

Andrea Gilbert, D.O. is Assistant Professor in Neuropathology in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at The University of Texas Health San Antonio, Director of Autopsy Services at University Hospital in San Antonio, and instructor in pathology at the Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long School of Medicine. 

Dr. Gilbert completed her residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology in 2015 at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System in Richmond, Virginia.  This was followed by a fellowship in neuropathology at Houston Methodist Hospital, co-sponsored by the world renowned M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, in Houston’s Texas Medical Center where she trained with leading experts in the pathological diagnosis of oncologic, neurodegenerative, and pediatric neurological disorders.

She joined the Anatomic Pathology service at UT Health San Antonio in September 2017 where her clinical practice is primarily devoted to adult and pediatric neuropathology in surgical and autopsy specimens.

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