To serve patients, health care providers, research scientists, scholars, and society by providing excellence and innovation in diagnostic services and educational resources in a respectful, professional and culturally diverse atmosphere.
To become a preeminent leader in academic anatomic and clinical pathology while translating basic science discovery to improved clinical care.
Nicholas I. Batalis, M.D.
Director, Pathology Residency Program
Associate Director, Education Division
Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
Office: Main Hospital Room 281
Phone: (843) 792-9981
Fax: (843) 792-3537
Medical Autopsy Pathology
1999 B.S.: Butler University, Indianapolis, IN
2003 M.D.: Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, IN
2003-07 Pathology Residency: Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC
2007-08 Forensic Pathology Fellowship: University of Texas Southwestern and the Dallas County Medical Examiner's Office, Dallas, TX
Batalis NI and Wassum JA. Coronary artery anomalies: Benign entities or pathologic findings? Academic Forensic Pathology. 2015;5(1):10-24.
Renker M, Baumann S, Rier J, Ebersberger U, Fuller SR, Batalis NI, Schoepf UJ, Chiaramida SA. Radiol Clin North Am. 2015 Mar;53(2):261-269.
Eichel Y and Batalis NI. Acquired Angioedema: A Case of an Unexpected Death and Review of Literature. Academic Forensic Pathology. 2014;4(3):422-427.
Hamilton H, Batalis NI, Presnell SE, Schandl CA, and Tormos LM. The Importance of Microscopic Examination of the Lungs in Decedents with Sustained Central Intravascular Catheters: A Nine-Case Series. Journal of Forensic Sciences. Epub 14 Nov 2014.
Klaybor GL and Batalis NI. Disseminated cryptococcosis. College of American Pathologists, FR Series (Forensic pathology surveys), FR14-A02. 2014.
Batalis NI and Harley RA. Pulmonary embolic disorders. Academic Forensic Pathology 2013;3(4):420-434.
Orwat DE and Batalis NI. Intravascular large B-cell lymphoma. Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine 2012; 136(3): 333-8.
Ogden EA and Batalis NI. Systemic sarcoidosis with cardiac involvement. American Society for Clinical Pathology Check Sample. FP12-1, 1-11.