- ABMS Certification:
- Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, 1984; Cytopathology, 1989
- Research Interests:
Molecular analysis of gene expression as applied to oncologic pathology
- Clinical Practice:
- Professor of Pathology and Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology
Mark Stoler, MD, is the senior gynecologic pathologist at UVA and director of the fellowship in gynecologic pathology, thereby combining teaching of medical residents and fellows with clinical care. His clinical focus has been to provide the best possible patient care in surgical and cytopathology, with an emphasis on women’s health and women’s oncology. His clinical interests mesh well with his longstanding research interests in human papillomavirus-related neoplasia and how molecular diagnostics can be used to improve tumor diagnosis and patient care. His other areas of clinical emphasis and expertise include the pathology of medical pulmonary disease, all aspects of cytopathology, and the pathology of infectious diseases.
Dr. Stoler was born and raised in Rochester, New York, where he also received all his formal training after high school at the University of Rochester, including undergraduate, medical school, residency and fellowship. He was on the faculty in pathology at Rochester until 1989, and then moved to the Cleveland Clinic. Recruited to UVA, he joined the faculty in 1993 and has been here ever since.
Outside of work, Dr. Stoler spends most of his free time with family. He has been married to his wife Paula for 41 years, and has two daughters and their spouses and two grandsons all in the area. He also likes to travel, cook and bake for family, and fish, which he tries to do in Alaska once a year.
- 2015-2018 Best Doctors in America® List
- University of Rochester, 1980
- Pathology, University of Rochester Medical Center
- Surgical Pathology and Cytopathology, University of Rochester Medical Center