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Dr. Angshumoy Roy




Texas Medical Center

Phone: 832-824-3710
Fax: 832-825-1211


1102 Bates Avenue
Suite 830
Houston, TX 77030

Angshumoy Roy, MD, PhD

Molecular Pathology
Associate Professor, Pathology & Immunology and Pediatrics, Baylor College of Medicine


School Education Degree Year
Baylor College of Medicine Fellowship Molecular Genetic Pathology 2012
Baylor College of Medicine Residency Anatomic & Clinical Pathology 2011
Baylor College of Medicine Research Fellowship Research Fellowship 2007
Baylor College of Medicine PhD Doctor of Philosophy 2006
Bangalore Medical College Research Fellowship Research Fellowship 2001
University of Calcutta Internship Pathology 1999
University of Calcutta Medical School Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery 1999


Dr. Angshumoy Roy's clinical interests encompass the application of molecular genetic and genomic technologies in the diagnosis of cancer and in the identification and development of biomarkers that predict chemoresistance. His research interests involve exploring the genomics and epigenomics of embryonal cancers. A special area of interest is the study of CpG methylation alterations in hepatoblastoma and other pediatric solid tumors. Cytogenomic arrays, next-generation seq technologies, sodium bisulfite sequencing are used to characterize the genomic and epigenomic landscapes of embryonal cancers.


Organization Name Role
American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) Member
Association for Molecular Pathology Member
Association of Indian Pathologists in North America Molecular Pathology Executive Committee Member; Resident Abstract Award Committee Member
College of American Pathologists Member
United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology Member

Selected Publications

Magoulas PL, El-Hattab AW, Roy A, Bali DS, Finegold MJ, Craigen WJ. Diffuse reticuloendothelial system involvement in type IV glycogen storage disease with a novel GBE1 mutation: a case report and review. Human Pathology 2012 Jun;43(6):943-51.

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