Edward Bossen

Edward H. Bossen MD

Professor Emeritus of Pathology | Duke University Medical Center

Dr. Bossen is a professor emeritus of pathology at Duke University Medical Center, where he taught from 1972 until his retirement in 2013. The first member of his family to attend school past the eighth grade, Dr. Bossen was curious and ambitious, and developed an interest in studying the process of disease. He earned a Bachelor of Science at the University of Florida in 1961 and completed his Doctor of Medicine at Duke University in 1965. He completed his internship and residency at Duke University and served in the United States Army to the rank of Major before returning to Duke to begin his faculty career. Dr. Bossen was a part of the team that performed the first kidney transplant at Duke University in the 1960s, and he considers it a career highlight to have been able to see medical technology evolve over the course of his career. He is certified by the American Board of Pathology, and is a longtime member of both the American Medical Association and the North Carolina Medical Socity.

Top Professionals

As an expert in pathology, Dr. Bossen was profiled in Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors.

Marquis Humanitarian Award

In recognition of his career accomplishments, Dr. Bossen was presented with the Marquis Humanitarian Award.

Marquis Millennium Magazine

Dr. Bossen discusses his professional path and inspirations in the fourth edition of Marquis Millennium Magazine.

Marquis Newsletter

Dr. Bossen offers updates on his goals and achievements in a Marquis newsletter.

Edward Bossen

Lifetime Achievement Award

As an expert with decades of work in his field, Dr. Bossen was chosen for the Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.



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