ForensisGroup Cytology Expert Witnesses work in the study of the microscopic appearance of cells, especially for the diagnosis of abnormalities and malignancies. Our scientists have many years of experience in the fields of nephrology and hypertension, specializing in kidney disease, kidney cancer, kidney surgery, and all forms of blood pressure disorders. Others have expertise in clinical chemistry, toxicology, blood banking, cytology, surgical pathology, microbiology, and molecular pathology.
Many have the expertise and research interests in hypertension, hypertension and renal failure, cytokines and the neurogenic control of blood pressure, autonomic nerve dysfunction in uremia, orthostatic hypotension, and the role of the sympathetic nervous system in primary hypertension. Others focus on iatrogenic diseases and therapeutic drug monitoring.
The expert witness experience of our cytology experts includes work in litigation involving medical malpractice, cancer misdiagnosis, adverse reactions to drugs and toxins, toxicology, and liver and kidney related diseases. They consult on forensic death investigations, as well as on issues of commercial clinical laboratory safeguards, Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA), and medical billing.
They have served as medical directors, laboratory directors, clinical pathologists, coroners, and toxicologists.
If you are unable to locate a suitable cytology expert witness for your case, please contact our office. We will provide you with a free initial case consultation with any prospective expert before you retain them. Our experts do not pay to be listed, so we can recruit based only on the results of an extensive screening process. This ensures that you will find only the most qualified of experts in our selection.