Ashley Flowers, MD

Dr. Flowers graduated from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in Shreveport. She completed both her anatomic and clinical pathology residency training and her cytopathology subspecialty fellowship training at LSU Health Sciences Center in Shreveport. During her residency, she actively pursued her interest in renal pathology and continued her involvement with the renal pathology service during her fellowship training year by completing several months of subspecialty training in renal pathology and electron microscopy. Her research interests include the role of immunohistochemistry in the evaluation of renal neoplasms, as well as, glomerulonephropathies.

Previous Appointments:

2017- Present
Assistant Professor at LSUHSC Shreveport
2016 - 2017
Cytopathology fellowship at LSUHSC Shreveport
2012 - 2016
Pathology residency at LSUHSC Shreveport

Board Certifications

2016
Anatomic Pathology
2016
Clinical Pathology

 

Teaching Experience

Lecture for LSUHSC physician assistants:
November 19th 2013 (Nervous System)
November 18th 2014 (Nervous System)
November 17th 2015 (Nervous System)

Pathology Lab Instructor for 1st and 2nd year medical students:
Gynecology – April 2015
Cardiovascular – October 2015
Neoplasia – December 2015
Endocrine – March 2016
Gynecology – April 2016
CNS – May 2016

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

NHERF1 expression in renal neoplasms and glomerunephropathies

 

AWARDS / NATIONAL RECOGNITION

Chief Resident
Alpha Omega Alpha

 

PUBLICATIONS / PRESENTATIONS / ABSTRACTS / POSTERS

Flowers A, Turbat-Herrera E. EM proves invaluable in the confirmation of chordoma in the sacral mass of a middle-aged man. Ultrastructural Pathology, 2017 41(3): 258-263.

Xianpeng X, Gu X, Sun L, Flowers AB, Rademaker AW, Zhou Y, Kiyokawa H. Downregulation of Smurf2, a tumor-suppressive ubiquitin ligase, in triple-negative breast cancers: Involvement of the RB-microRNA axis. BMC Cancer. 2014 14:57.

Beckner ME, Sampath R, Flowers AB, Katira K, D’Souza D, Patil S, Patel RB, Nordberg ML, Nanda A. Low-level amplification of oncogenes correlates inversely with age for patients with nontypical meningiomas. World Neurosurg. 2013 Feb;79(2):313-319. Epub 2011 Nov 7.