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Evan M. Cadoff, M.D.

Present Title:
Professor and Interim Chair
Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
07/06 to Present

Office Address:
UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
One Robert Wood Johnson Place – MEB 212
New Brunswick, NJ  08901

Clinical Expertise:
Clinical Chemistry, Toxicology
Clinical Laboratory Management
Point of Care Testing

Research Expertise:
HIV testing algorithms
Immunoassay
Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

Undergraduate Education:
Yale University, New Haven, CT 
B.S., cum laude, Distinction in Chemistry
05/77

Graduate Education:
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Stony Brook, NY  11794
Medical Degree
05/81

Polytechnic University
Brooklyn, NY 
M.S., Computer Science
05/86

Rutgers University
New Brunswick, NJ
M.B.A., Finance
Beta Gamma Sigma, National Business Honor Society
02/02

Postgraduate Training:
Franklin Square Hospital
Baltimore, MD 
Resident in Family Practice
07/81-06/82

University Hospital
Stony Brook, NY 
Resident Clinical Pathology, 07/83-06/86
Chief Resident, July 1985-June 1986

Academic Appointments:
Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, NJ  08901  
Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
07/06 to Present                                 
Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
07/95–06/06                                     
Chief, Division of Clinical Pathology,
10/94 to Present                                 
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology
09/89-06/95                                        

University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA  15261
Assistant Professor of Pathology
07/87-09/89                                       

State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY 11794
Instructor of Pathology
07/86-06/87     

Hospital Appointments:
Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, New Brunswick, NJ  08901
Director, Clinical Pathology
10/94 to Present                                
Chief, Clinical Chemistry
09/89 to Present                                 

New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, Trenton, NJ
Laboratory Director, Public Health Laboratory Service
04/08 to Present                                 

Presbyterian-University Hospital, Magee Women's Hospital and Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh
Chemical Pathologist
07/87-09/89                                       

University Hospital, Stony Brook, NY 11794
Acting Chief, Clinical Chemistry
03/87-06-87                                        
Chief, Section for Data Analysis
07/86-06/87                                        

Massapequa General Hospital, Seaford, NY  11783
Emergency Department Physician
11/8-01/84            

Licensure:
State of New York
State of Maryland
State of Pennsylvania
State of New Jersey

Laboratory Director Licenses
State of New Jersey Bioanalytical Laboratory Director
State of New York Certificate of Qualification

Professional Organizations:
College of American Pathologists
American Society for Clinical Pathology
American Association for Clinical Chemistry
Academy of Clinical Laboratory Physicians and Scientists
New Jersey Society of Pathologists

Service on School Committees:
UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Library Committee
Executive Committee

Robert Wood Medical Group
Managed Care Coordinating Committee
Chair, Strategic Planning and Business Development Committee

Informatics Institute, member

Cancer Institute of New Jersey
Internal Advisory Committee
                        
Selected Publications: 
Refereed Original Article in Journals

  • Cadoff E, Daniel A. Effect of urinary proteins on immunological tests for pregnancy. Am J Med Tech 1983; 49(3):173-176
  • Emancipator K, Cadoff EM, Burke MD. Analytical versus clinical sensitivity and specificity in pregnancy
    testing. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1988; 158(3):612-616
  • Warty V, Diven WF, Cadoff E, Todo S, Starzl T, Sanghvi A. FK 506. A novel immunosuppressive agent. Characteristics of binding and uptake by human lymphocytes. Transplantation 1988; 46(3):453-455
  • Todo S, Demetris A, Ueda Y, Imventarza O, Cadoff E, Zeevi A, Starzl T. Renal transplantation in baboons
    under FK 506. Surgery 1989; 106:444
  • Cadoff EM, Crisan D, Howrie DL, Singh J. Usefulness of a gentamicin pharmacokinetics service in
    selected high-risk pediatric patients. Laboratory Medicine 1989; 20(12):843-848
  • Cadoff EM. Fluorescence assays: Fluorescence polarization and time-resolved pulse fluorescence.
    Laboratory Medicine 1990; 21(6):347-352
  • Crisan D, Cadoff EM, Mattson JC, Hartle KA. Polymerase chain reaction: Amplification of DNA from fixed
    tissue. Clin Biochem 1990; 23:489-495
  • Cadoff EM, Cheng CM, Jerome HG, Klein LD, Palmer SM. Two fluorescence polarization immunoassays for
    total thyroxine and T-uptake quantification.  Clin Chem 1995; 41(3):466-7
  • Paul SM, Cadoff EM, Martin E. Rapid diagnostic testing for HIV – Clinical implications. Clinical Virology and Infectious Disease. 2004
  • Jafa K, Patel P, MacKellar DA, Sullivan PS, Delaney KP, et al. Investigation of False Positive Results with
    an Oral Fluid Rapid HIV-1/2 Antibody Test. PloS ONE 2007, 2(1):e185. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0000185
  • Cadoff EM, Salaru G, Marone R, Gaur S, Paul SM, Martin EG. Integrating Rapid HIV Testing in Emergency
    Care Improves HIV Detection. Point of Care 2007; 6(3):201-207

Published Abstracts:

  • Cadoff EM, Paul SM, Jackson F, Wolski M, Nichol L, Williams R, Stralkus K, Salaru G, Martin EG.
    Implementation of Rapid HIV Testing at Publicly Funded Counseling and Testing Sites in New Jersey. Clin
    Chem 2005, 51(6,Suppl):A260
  • Cadoff E, Paul SM, Martin E, Salaru G. Implementing Public Health Recommendations for Rapid HIV
    Testing – The Role of the Hospital Laboratory. Arch Pathol Lab Med 2007; 131(9):1458
  • Ianosi-Irimie M, Smith MM, Persinko JJ, Haris-Hellams R, Cadoff EM. Evaluation of Turn Around Time
    Improvement After Computerized Result Autoverification and Laboratory Automation.  Am J Clin Pathol 2007; 128:690-691

Invited Articles (Reviews, Editorials, etc.) In Journals; Chapters; Books; other Professional Communications

  • Burke MD, Cadoff EM, Kristein MM, Chang SSL. Computer-based approaches to modifying physicians' use of laboratory services. In: The clinical laboratory in the new era. Quality, cost, and diagnostic demands -- Proceedings of the 8th Arnold O. Beckman conference in clinical chemistry. AACC Press, 1985:109-120
  • Cadoff EM, Donhowe JM, Chang SSL, Burke MD. Computer-based modification of physician test ordering behavior. In: Zinder O, ed. Optimal use of the clinical laboratory, 5th international meeting on clinical
    laboratory management. Karger, Basel 1986:79-83
  • Cadoff EM, Venkataramanan R, Krajack A, Jain AS, Fung JJ, Todo S, Starzl TE. Assay of FK 506 in plasma. Transplant Proc 1990; 22(1,suppl 1):50-51
  • Venkataramanan R, Jain A, Cadoff E, Warty V, Iwasaki K, Nagase K, Krajack A, Imventarza O, Todo S,
    Fung JJ, Starzl TE. Pharmacokinetics of FK 506: Preclinical and clinical studies. Transplant Proc 1990;
    22(1,suppl 1):52-56