Gregory Blakey, MD

   

Molecular Pathology
OU Health Sciences Center
940 S.L. Young Blvd, BMS 468
Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Phone: 405-271-2422, x-58018

E-Mail: gregory-blakey@ouhsc.edu


TITLES:

Vice Chair and Associate Professor
Presbyterian Health Foundation Chair in Pathology
Director of Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship Program
Vice Chief of Pathology Services and Director of Clinical
Pathology, OU Medical System

EDUCATION:

University of Oklahoma
B.S., summa cum laude (1992)

University of Texas Southwestern Medical School
M.D. (1997)

Internal Medicine Internship
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (1998)

University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas
Psychiatry Residency (PGY-2) (1999)

Anatomic and Clinical Pathology Residency
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (2003)

Advanced Training in Molecular Pathology
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (2004)

Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship
Baylor College of Medicine (2005)

BOARD CERTIFICATIONS:

Anatomic Pathology and Clinical Pathology (American Board of Pathology)
Molecular Genetic Pathology (American Board of Pathology)

HONORS:

Perry Lambird Award for Outstanding Resident in Clinical Pathology, Dept. of Pathology, OUHSC, 2000 and 2002

Parker-Heartland Award for Outstanding Resident in Anatomic Pathology, Dept. of Pathology, OUHSC, 2002

College of American Pathologists Foundation Fall Informatics Award, 2002

College of American Pathologists Foundation Conference Travel Award for Lab Info Tech Summit, 2004

Aesculapian Award for excellence in teaching the basic sciences, Class of 2009, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, 2007

Unsung Hero Award, Teaching Programs Division, Department of Pathology, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, 2007

Richard W. Leech Teaching Award, Residency Program, Department of Pathology, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, 2013

Aesculapian Award for excellence in teaching the basic sciences, Class of 2017, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, 2014

Dewayne Andrews, MD, Excellence in Teaching Award for preclinical medical student education, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Academy of Teaching Scholars, 2016

PUBLICATIONS:

  1. Laszik ZG and Blakey GL.   Searching for a valid animal model of hemolytic uremic syndrome.   Am J Clin Pathol. 2002 Sep;118(3):323-5.
  2. Wang J, Blakey GL, Zhang L, Bane B, Torbenson M, Li S: Uterine tumor resembling ovarian sex cord tumor: report of a case with t(X;6)(p22.3;q23.1) and t(4;18)(q21.1;q21.3).   Diagn Mol Pathol 2003;12(3):174-180.
  3. Blakey GL and Laszik ZG. Laser-assisted microdissection of the kidney: fundamentals and applications. J Mol Histol 2004;35(6):581-587.
  4. Blakey GL, Luna RA, and Versalovic J. Infectious disease testing. Unit 9.18 of Current Protocols in Human Genetics (NC Dracopoli et al., eds.). John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ. 2005.
  5. Blakey GL and Farkas DH. General Approach to Molecular Pathology. In: Molecular Pathology of Lung Diseases. Zander DS, Popper HH, Jagirdar J, Haque AK, Cagle PT, Barrios R, eds. New York: Springer Science+Business Media, 2008; 70-77.
  6. Tang H-Y, Basehore MJ, Blakey GL, Darilek S, Oghalai JS, Roa BB, Fang P, Alford RL. Infrequency of two deletion mutations at the DFNB1 locus in patients and controls. Am J Med Genet Part A. Apr 2008;146A(7):934-936.
  7. Zuna RE, Moore W, Shanesmith R, Dunn ST, Wang SS, Schiffman M, Blakey G, Teel T: Association of HPV16 E6 variants with diagnostic category in cervical cytology samples of 354 women in a US population. Int J Cancer. Dec 1, 2009;125(11):2609-13.
  8. McCloskey CB and Blakey GL. 2012 CPIP Case 02: Shiga-toxin producing E. coli infections: detection, characterization, and treatment. © 2012 College of American Pathologists – Online CME Self-Assessment Module released February 2012. (Online learning materials, peer-reviewed)