Palms Uropathology 

Cirriculum Vitae

During Dr. Faruk Aydin's 14 years experience in Genitourinary Pathology he has reviewed more than 60,000 Prostate and Bladder Biopsy Cases, reviewed over 40,000 Urine Cytology Cases and reviewed 20,000 DNA Image Analyses. 

  Work Experince:

  • Medical Director, Palms Pathology, Tampa FL
  • Medical Director, Bay Area Urology Lab, Brandon, Florida 10/2005-Present
  • FreePath, PL, Tampa, FL. 1/2005-7/2006
  • AmeriPath, Inc. Dallas TX, 1999-2004 Consultant Uropathologist for AmeriPath, Inc.
  • UroCor, Inc., Oklahoma City, OK. 1997-1999 Senior Staff Pathologist
  • Tulane Medical School as Assistant Professor of Pathology 1995-1997.

  • Tulane Univ. School of Medicine(1992-1995)
  • Clinical Pathology Residency- 2 years  Surgical Pathology Fellowship 1 year Medical
  • Medical College of Virginia. (1990-1992) Neuropathology Fellowship-2 years
  • Beth Israel Medical Center. (1988-1990) Anatomic Pathology Residency-2 years
  • Baylor College of Medicine (1987-1988) Research Fellowship, Sleep Disorders-1 y
  • University of Istanbul, Medical School 1982 (VALEDICTORIAN)

  • American Board of Pathology: Anatomic Pathology / Neuropathology
  • American Board of Pathology: Clinical Pathology
  • Associate Professor of Pathology, Hacettepe University, Turkey. (Since 1995)

  • 20 articles published in peer-reviewed journals.
  • 25 abstracts.
  • AYDIN F: Endometrioid adenocarcinoma of the prostatic urethra presenting with anterior urethral implantation: A case report and review of literature. Urology 1993; 41(1):91-95.  Citations in all major uropathology textbooxs.
  • ODowd GJ, AYDIN F, Kunnel B: The contribution of transition zone sampling to the diagnostic yield of repeat prostate biopsies after a negative first biopsy. Presented at IAP (USCAP) meeting in San Francisco CA March 1999.
  • Ng AY, Pickens CL, Bookstore C, AYDIN F, Miller MC, Veltri RW: Microvessel quantitation in systemic biopsies does not contribute to prediction of non-organ confinement status of prostate cancer. Presented at American Urological Association Inc, San Diego Annual Meeting May 1998

  • Florida: ME79555
  • Texas: K7984
  Professional Societies:

  • American Urological Association, Inc. Affiliate member
  • The United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, Active Member
  • College of American Pathologists
  Clients and References:

  • Salim Afridi, MD, Urologist, Plant City, FL (813) 719-6920
  • Bay Area Urology, Brandon, FL (813) 685-0827
  • Rajendra Singh, MD, Urologist, Arlington, Texas, (817) 274-7730
  • John Shelgren, MD, Urologist, Winter Haven, FL, (863) 293-5100
  • Rufus Green, MD, Urologist, Dallas, TX (972) 243-3368
  • Associated Urologists, Mesquite TX (972) 270-8859
  • Dennis Ortiz, DO, Urologist, Bedford, TX, (817) 283-1860
  • Southwest Urology Associates, Dallas, TX, (214) 948-3101

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