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Dr. Leavitt, co-founder of the DDx Foundation, did his medical training at Dartmouth Medical School. He then completed pathology residency and two fellowships at Stanford University Hospitals. He served as department chair in an urban medical center. There, he oversaw lab diagnostics for patients referred from some of the most geographically remote communities in the United States. In that role he became passionate about utilizing digital pathology to improve the quality of cancer care afforded patients in underserved areas. To realize his vision, Dr. Leavitt stepped away from hospital-based practice, to establish Lumea, now a leading digital lab-technology company.  He currently works as CEO of PathNet labs, a network of digital pathology practices, with partners across the U.S.


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