John Tomlinson, MD
Dr. Tomlinson graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Parkside with a BS degree in Mathematics. He received his MD degree from the University of Wisconsin. Subsequent to obtaining his MD degree, he did a year of pathology residency at the University of Wisconsin. He then completed a year of surgery residency at Eastern Virginia. Dr. Tomlinson then completed his pathology residency training at Ohio State University.
After completing his pathology training, he was in pathology practice for three years in Chillicothe, Ohio and 15 years in Bryan/College Station, Texas. During his years in pathology practice, Dr. Tomlinson examined and signed out thousands of surgical specimens and biopsies, performed hundreds of frozen sections, and also performed hundreds of autopsies.
He was a pathology professor at Ross University for more than seven years and has been an assistant professor of pathology at Touro University Nevada since October 2007. He is boarded in anatomic and clinical pathology. His hobbies include playing guitar and trying to survive as the only male in a household with five females (wife + four daughters).