Director, Arizona Rural Telemedicine Demonstration Project Professor, Pathology Professor, Public Health (PHPM)
Community, Environment & Policy Department
Ronald Weinstein, MD is founding Director of the national award-winning Arizona Telemedicine Program. He was an academic pathology department chair for over 30 years, has over 500 professional publications and has won many national and international awards and honors for his work in cancer research and innovations in medical education and telemedicine. Dr. Weinstein is a pioneer in the field of telepathology. He has been president of five professional societies including the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, the International Society of Urological Pathology, The international Council for Societies of Pathology and the American Telemedicine Association. He was awarded the Basic Science Lifetime Educator Award of the University of Arizona’s College of Medicine, received the American Telemedicine Association’s President’s Leadership Award, and received the Hall of Fame Award for the United States Distance Learning Association.
Cell-to-cell Interactions in CancerStructure and Function of Intercellular JunctionsUrinary Bladder CarcinogenesisUrogenital PathologyDigital Pathology and TelepathologyPathology InformaticsMedical EducationPublic HealthHealth Care Policy