Dr. Josephine Ambruzs joined our staff in 2013 following the completion of her fellowship training in renal pathology at Arkana Laboratories. Dr. Ambruzs received her MD from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Piscataway, NJ, a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She completed a pathology residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX, where she finished her tenure as chief resident. At Arkana, Dr. Ambruzs helps troubleshoot with our specimen triage team, works on our standardization in diagnostics committee, and provides much support as an internal consultant on challenging cases. Additionally, Dr. Ambruzs is involved with national research consortiums such as CureGN and the Banff TMA Working Group. In her free time, Dr. Ambruzs enjoys gardening, spending time with her family, running, and learning about wine.
Arkana is made better by the presence of Dr. Ambruzs. Her combination of broad medical knowledge, impressive clinical acumen, and steel-trap memory provides her with unique and fruitful insight as well as the ability to more than hold her own in lively case debates. And, if you spend any time in her office, you will quickly realize that she is also a sounding board for many of our staff who bring her all kinds of concerns from medical to personal. We are thankful to get to work with Dr. Ambruzs here at Arkana and share in the excellence she brings to all her work.
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