Shantel Hebert-Magee, MD

Shantel Hebert-Magee

Center for Interventional Endoscopy
Florida Hospital, Orlando, Florida

Medical School: Georgetown University School of Medicine
Residency: Pathology, Anatomic and Clinical - Georgetown University Hospital
Fellowship: Cytopathology - University of Alabama Hospital
                 Pathology, Clinical - National Institute of Health

Dr. Hebert-Magee’s primary areas of clinical interest are pancreatic and breast neoplasia with an emphasis on cytopathologic interpretation and clinical impact. Dr. Hébert-Magee has published several peer reviewed manuscripts, chapters, editorials, and white papers. She is working closely with the internationally renowned faculty in the Center for Interventional Endoscopy (CIE) to foster the academic and clinical research initiatives and to provide advanced comprehensive care.

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Chapter 4: Common Misperceptions

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Chapter 2: Difference between Cytology and Histology

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Chapter 9: Next Gen Sequencing

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