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Richard Levenson, M.D.

Richard Levenson, M.D.

CLINICAL DEVELOPMENT

Dr. Levenson received his undergraduate degree at Harvard College, his medical degree at the University of Michigan and his pathology training at Washington University, St. Louis. Following a research fellowship at the University of Rochester, he took a faculty position in the pathology department at Duke University. He then moved to Carnegie Mellon University where he developed multispectral-imaging-based applications for biology and medicine. In 1999, he joined Cambridge Research and Instrumentation (CRI), where he became VP of Research. Dr. Levenson is currently Professor and Vice Chair for Strategic Innovation in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at UC Davis Health.

CLINICAL DEVELOPMENT

Dr. Levenson received his undergraduate degree at Harvard College, his medical degree at the University of Michigan and his pathology training at Washington University, St. Louis. Following a research fellowship at the University of Rochester, he took a faculty position in the pathology department at Duke University. He then moved to Carnegie Mellon University where he developed multispectral-imaging-based applications for biology and medicine. In 1999, he joined Cambridge Research and Instrumentation (CRI), where he became VP of Research. Dr. Levenson is currently Professor and Vice Chair for Strategic Innovation in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at UC Davis Health.

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