Dana Hill, MD Division Chief, Pathology

Bio

Biography

D. Ashley Hill, MD, is chief of the Division of Pathology. She is an expert in pleuropulmonary blastoma (PPB), a rare childhood lung tumor. Dr. Hill plays a leadership role in the International PPB Registry and currently works toward identifying the genetic anomalies that underly this rare disorder.

Education & Training

Education & Training

  • Fellowship Program, Pediatric Pathology, 1999
    St. Louis Children's Hospital
  • Residency Program, Pathology, 1998
    Barnes-Jewish Hospital
  • Internship Program, Internal Medicine, 1995
    Barnes-Jewish Hospital
  • MD, 1994
    Washington University
  • BS, 1990
    Northwestern University
Patient Stories

Patient Stories: Dana Hill

Patient story

Merrill's Story

"I think his medical experiences as a small child helped develop his attitude and approaches for coping. He still thinks of Children's as a friendly, good place, which is a real tribute to the excellent care and treatment he received."

Jackson's Story

"I have become a total advocate for my child, fighting this fight right alongside of him."

Research & Publications

Research & Publications

Colorectal carcinoma in childhood adolescence A clinipathologic review of 77 cases

(2007) Journal of Clinical Oncology

Malignant rhabdoid tumor mimicking hepatoblastoma A case report and literature review

(2007) Pediatric Development Pathology

The Impact of Early Resection of Primary Neuroblastoma on the Survival of Children More than 1 Year of Age with Stage 4 Disease The St Jude Childrens Research Hospital Experience

(2005) Cancer

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