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  • Country of residence: Jordan
  • Gender: Male
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Curriculum Vitae
American Board of Pathology (AP/CP)
American Board of Hematopathology
General information:
Name: Ahmad Talal Mansour
Phone: 0795176396
Examinations and certificates:
American Board of Hematopathology: October 2015
American Board of Anatomic and Clinical Pathology: July 2014
Jordanian Board of Pathology: March 2016
ECFMG certificate: October 2009
Medical Education:
10/1999-06/2005, The University of Jordan School of Medicine, Amman, Jordan, GPA 3.26/4.
Pathology career:
Assistant professor of pathology at the University of Jordan School of Medicine and staff
pathologist/hematopathologist at Jordan University Hospital; July/2016-present.
Staff pathologist and hematopathologist: Islamic Hospital, Amman; March/2016-June/2016.
August 2015-November 2015: Surgical pathology fellowship at Pennsylvania State University-Hershey S.
Milton Medical Center.
August, 2014-July 2015: Hematopathology fellowship, Indiana University.
August, 2010-July, 2014: Anatomic and clinical pathology residency at the University of Missouri-
Kansas City (UMKC).
July, 2009-June, 2010: Pathology residency, University of Jordan/ Jordan University Hospital.
Teaching experience:
In my first two years of residency at the University of Missouri-Kansas City I gave many lab sessions for
medical students at the UMKC School of Medicine, I was responsible for procuring gross specimens and
histopathology slides for the lab sessions.
In my senior years I was responsible for giving lectures as well as lab sessions for medical students, the
subjects I lectured about included cardiovascular system, hematolymphoid system, and general pathology,
among others. Also I was responsible for teaching new residents the basics of pathology practice
including gross examination as well as normal histology, histopathology, cytology and autopsy
procurement and reporting. Additionally I was responsible for the weekly “unknown slides” conference in
which we examine 10 slides and discuss the finding with one of the attending pathologist.
Also, I gave several lectures to the histotechnologists and the technologists who worked in the
hematology sections regarding various subjects in pathology, quality control, regulations, and safety
among others.
In my hematopathology fellowship at Indiana University I took teaching roles with the residents and
medical students rotating through the hematopathology department, including lectures, unknown slides,

flow cytometry reporting, and coagulation. In addition to that, I presented several lab sessions to medical
students regarding various hematopathology subjects. I also presented journal clubs on a monthly basis,
and I presented a grand round regarding the use of flow cytometry in the assessment of MRD in plasma
cell dyscrasias.
In the short time I spent at Penn State Hershey Medical Center, I was responsible for the residents’
teaching through the weekly unknown-slide conference.
Membership in Honorary/Professional societies:
- College of American Pathologists (CAP).
- UMKC residents delegate to the College of American Pathologists (CAP).
-Former member of the Kansas City Pathology Society.

Previous Training
Private clinical practice
August, 2008-July, 2009
Neurosurgery training:
July 2006-August 2008, Jordan University Hospital and the Islamic hospital
Amman, Jordan
July 2005- June 2006, Jordan University Hospital
Abstracts and Poster presentations:
1- Ahmad Mansour, Daniel Dim; Primary Intraosseous Microcystic Meningioma, A Case
Report. Abstract accepted for poster presentation at the College of American Pathologists (CAP)
meeting, September 2012 in San Diego, CA and published in the Archives of Pathology and
Laboratory Medicine September 2012 issue.
2- Daniel Dim, Ahmad Mansour, Kamani Lankachandra; Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy Of A
Palpable Breast Mass With A Diagnosis Of Carcinoma Correlates With Invasive Ductal
Carcinoma On Needle Core Biopsy Or Excision Specimen. Abstract published in the Journal
of American Society of Cytopathology, 2012-11-01Z, Volume 1, Issue 1, Supplement, Pages
3- Hamid Zia, MD; Ahmad Mansour, MD; Atif Ahmed, MD; Fatal Pancarditis With
Myocardial Rupture Caused by Community-Acquired Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus
aureus Infection in an Immunocompetent Child. Arch Pathol Lab Med—Vol 137, October
4- Hamdan H, Standard J, Herndon BL, Kunz K, Hufstedler J, Chou J, Dim D, Zia H, Mansour A,
Lankachandra K, Baybutt R, Molteni A; Restoration Of Bone Marrow Morphology By

Retinoic Acid In A Vitamin A Deficiency Model In Rats. The FASEB Journal. 2012;26:643.5
Presented in the Experimental Biology conference, San Diego, CA, April-2012, San Diego, CA.
5- Arfaa Ali, Jagdish Nachnani, Deepti Bulchandani, Laura Alba, Ahmad Mansour, Hana Hamdan,
Tim Quinn, Agostino Molteni and Betty Herndon; -3 Fatty Acid Effects on Obese Leptin
Knock-Out Mice. The FASEB Journal. 2013;27:872.6
6- Alisa Likhitsup, Laura Alba, Betty Herndon, Ahmad Mansour, Hamid Zia, Agostino Molteni;
Histology of liver oxidative stress in an obese mouse model of nonalcoholic fatty liver
disease treated with Ω3 fatty acids, TNFa-receptor blocker, or curcumin. Experimental
Biology 2014, San Diego, Calif. April 26-30
Case reports in progress
1- Ahmad mansour, Magdalena Czader; A Concomitant Myeloid Neoplasm with Eosinophilia
and T Lymphoblastic Lymphoma, Both Harboring FIP1L1-PDGFRA Fusion Gene.
2- Ahmad Mansour, J.Zhou; Concurrent lymphoplasmacytic cell lymphoma with plasma cell
myeloma in patient presenting with a pathologic fracture.
Voluntary Experiences:
University of Missouri Kansas City- Truman Medical Centers-Hospital Hill:
2011: I participated in clinical laboratory CAP inspection.
Internal review of the pediatric radiology fellowship program at Children’s Mercy Hospitals in Kansas
City, Missouri
Language fluency and special skills:
Arabic: speaking and writing.
English: speaking and writing

Achievements and Awards

The American Society of Clinical Pathology (ASCP) subspecialty grant for molecular diagnostics rotation
in Brigham and Women’s Hospital-Harvard School of Medicine in November 2012.
Chief resident in my final year at the University of Missouri at Kansas City Pathology program

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