Kathy Newell

Kathy Newell• Director of Neuropathology, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Kansas Medical Center
• Neuropathology Core Leader, Kansas Alzheimer's Disease Center
• Associate Professor, Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Kansas School of Medicine

Biography: Dr. Newell received her medical degree from the University of Kansas and trained in pathology at the University of Colorado Denver and in neuropathology at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. She completed research fellowships in the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Unit and the Huntington Disease Neuropathology Unit, both at Massachusetts General Hospital East.

Clinical Interests: Neuropathological evaluation of neurodegenerative disease; diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors

Research Interests: Neuropathological studies of human neurodegenerative disease, particularly Alzheimer's disease and dementia with Lewy bodies, including studies of mouse models of human disease

Publications:

  • Silver M, Newell K, Hyman B, Growdon J, Hedley-Whyte ET, Perls T. Unraveling The mystery of cognitive changes in old age: Correlation of neuropsychological evaluation with neuropathological findings in the extreme old. Int Psychogeriatrics 1998;10:25-41
  • Newell K, Hyman BT, Growdon J, Hedley-Whyte ET. Application of the National Institute on Aging (NIA)-Reagan Institute criteria for the neuropathological diagnosis of Alzheimer disease. J Neuropath Exp Neurol 1999;58:1147-55.
  • Newell KL, Boyer P, Gomez-Tortosa E, Hobbs W, Hedley-Whyte ET, Vonsattel JP, Hyman BT. -synuclein immunoreactivity is present in axonal swellings in neuroaxonal dystrophy and acute traumatic brain injury. J Neuropath Exp Neurol 1999;58:1263-8.
  • Schmidt ML, Zhukareva V, Newell KL, Lee VM, Trojanowski JQ. Tau isoform profile and phosphorylation state in dementia pugilistica recapitulate Alzheimer’s disease. Acta Neuropathol 2001;101:518-24.
  • Cheng LL, Newell K, Mallory AE, Hyman BT, Gonzalez RG. Quantification of neurons in Alzheimer and control brains with ex vivo high resolution magic angle spinning proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy and stereology. Magnetic Resonance Imaging 2002;20:527-533.
  • Freeman SH, Kandel R, Cruz L, Rozkalne A, Newell K, Frosch MP, Hedley-Whyte ET, Locascio JJ, Lipsitz LA, Hyman BT. Preservation of Neuronal Number Despite Age-Related Cortical Brain Atrophy in Elderly Subjects Without Alzheimer Disease. J Neuropath Exp Neurol 2008;67:1205-12.


Phone: 913-588-7268
Email: knewell@kumc.edu

Last modified: Apr 03, 2013
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