Dr. Daniel Jay Brat MD Pathologist

Dr. Daniel Brat is a pathologist in Atlanta, Georgia and is affiliated with Emory University Hospital. He received his medical degree from Mayo Medical School and has been in practice for 16 years. He is one of 54 doctors at Emory University Hospital who specialize in Pathology.

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Specialty & Clinical Interests

Pathologist: Neuropathology

Clinical Interests: Brain Neoplasms

Hospital Affiliation

Emory University Hospital

Education & Medical Training

Johns Hopkins University
Residency, Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, 1994–1997

Johns Hopkins University
Fellowship, Neuropathology, 1997–1999

Mayo Medical School
Class of 1994

Certifications & Licensure

American Board of Pathology
Certified 17 years in Anatomic Pathology

American Board of Pathology
Certified 15 years in Neuropathology

GA State Medical License
Active through 2013

Publications & Presentations

39th Annual NANOS Meeting 2013
2013 2 9

The modern pathologist: lab data deliverer, interpreter, and diagnostician.
Brat, D. J.

Merlin sumoylation is required for its tumor suppressor activity.
Qi, Q.,Liu, X.,Brat, D. J.,Ye, K.

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