Hereditory Pathology
 
Contributors

Major contributors
Prof. dr. Hans Morreau
Hans Morreau is a professor of Pathology at the Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) in Leiden, The Netherlands. His specialities include hereditary colorectal cancer and endocrine pathology. He came up with the concept of Hereditary Pathology and is currently working with Marcus Breemer
towards digitalising his personal collection of cases collected over the years.
See his profile page at the Leiden Professor site of the University of Leiden here.
Dr. Frederik Hes
Frederik Hes is a clinical geneticist at the department of Clinical Genetics at the Leiden University Medical Center. His main interests are hereditary cancers, with a focus on colorectal cancer syndromes and endocrine tumors. The research in which he is involved focuses on improving the identification and management of patients with tumor syndromes.
See his profile page at the LUMC site here.
Marcus Breemer
Marcus Breemer is a sixth-year medical student at the LUMC in Leiden. He is one of the main contributors for site content and is currently working with Hans Morreau to organise and digitalise the former's huge personal database of interesting cases.

Case contributors

Mathilde Almekinders, Resident of Pathology, LUMC Leiden, The Netherlands.
Dr. Judith Bovee, Associate professor of Pathology, LUMC Leiden, The Netherlands.
Prof. dr. Martijn Breuning, Professor of Clinical Genetics, LUMC Leiden, The Netherlands.
Prof. dr. Pancras Hogendoorn, Professor of Pathology, LUMC Leiden, The Netherlands.
Prof. dr. Bin Tean Teh, Van Andel Institute, Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States.
Dr. Tom van Wezel, Associate professor of Pathology, LUMC Leiden, The Netherlands.

Site developers
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Ngaaje Nojang
Ngaaje Nojang is the principal web programmer and the one who created the site in its present form.
Ngaaje is a recent graduate of Delft University of Technology and holds a master in Aerospace Management & Operation, Supply Chain Management & Entrepreneurship in Aerospace Industry. He is from Cameroon, West Africa.

Loek van Gent created the now-defunct first version of Hereditary Pathology.

Funding

The costs of running and developing Hereditary Pathology so far have been supported by a generous donation made by the Bontius Stichting in the LUMC in Leiden, offered through one of their alumni, and a grant by the Stichting Kwaliteitsgelden Medisch Specialisten (SKMS).

Histologic comparison of MEN2- and VHL-
associated
pheochromocytoma; distinct
phenotypes.
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Some clinical features of MEN-2B syndrome.
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