Title: Professor of Pathology Emeritus
Company: Duke University Medical Center
Location: Durham, North Carolina, United States
Edward H. Bossen, MD, Professor of Pathology Emeritus at Duke University Medical Center, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of muscular pathology.
Specialized in the complex science of muscular pathology and electron microscopy, Dr. Bossen provided more than four and a half decades of professional experience to his field as a professor at the Duke University Medical Center prior to his retirement in 2013, whereupon he was granted emeritus status. During the course of his tenure, he taught courses on skeletal muscle diseases, head and neck pathology and general surgical pathology. Having initially undertaken an internship and residency at Duke between 1965 and 1970, he is gratified to have remained active in his profession throughout several consequential advances in both technology and standards. In a career suffused with highlights, Dr. Bossen is also proud to have been a member of the pathology team that took part in the first kidney transplant performed at Duke University during the 1960s.
Dr. Bossen initially became a pathologist due to his interest in studying the processes of disease, having never even heard of the field before he first attended medical school. He initially studied at the University of Florida, from which he received a Bachelor of Science in 1961. Following this accomplishment, he attended Duke University and graduated with a Doctor of Medicine in 1965. Upon the completion of his residency, Dr. Bossen served as an active duty officer in the U.S. Army from 1970 until 1972.
Eminently qualified in his field, Dr. Bossen bore certification via the American Board of Pathology, and held a North Carolina Medical License. Additionally, he remained aware of developments affecting his area of expertise through his affiliation with both the American Medical Association and the North Carolina Medical Society. For his exemplary performance, Dr. Bossen was also recognized with both a Certificate of Achievement and a commendation medal.
Outside of his vocational circles, Dr. Bossen is married to his loving wife, Roxana. Together, they are the proud parents of three daughters, through whom they have five wonderful grandchildren. He enjoys such avocations as listening to music and indulging in artistic endeavors. Looking toward the future, Dr. Bossen hopes to be remembered as an excellent mentor, and as someone who always turned his mistakes into valuable lessons for his students.
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