Liapis, Helen, MD

Liapis, Helen, MD

Specialty: Kidney and Renal Pathology
Dr. Liapis is currently a Professor of Pathology & Immunology, section head of Renal Pathology,  medical co-director of Electron Microscopy, and co-director of the Translational Core in the O’Brien Kidney Center. She has published over one hundred peer-reviewed manuscripts and 20 books/chapters, including the Pathology of Solid Organ Transplantation textbook. Dr. Liapis holds editorial appointments in four international journals, and participates in NIH funded projects in developmental kidney disease. She was elected secretary treasurer of the renal pathology society in 2005 and to the council in 2010. She will be this society’s president in 2014. She is active nationally and internationally in organizational and educational committees of the major Nephrology and Pathology societies, ASN, IPNA, the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP), and the European Society of Pathology (ESP). She has been an invited visiting professor in numerous national and international universities and conferences.  She was awarded the Hellenic Spirit Foundation Distinguished Scientist Award of Greeks Living in America in 2006, the Jacob Churg Award for outstanding contributions in Renal Pathology by the Renal Pathology Society in 2011, and the Distinguished Clinician Award by the Washington University School of Medicine in 2012. She continues to work at Washington University in Saint Louis as Professor of Pathology & Immunology & Professor of  Internal Medicine (Renal). Affiliations: Professor of Professor of Pathology & Immunology; Professor of Internal Medicine (Renal), Washington University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, MO Amirsys Publications: