University of Vermont

College of Medicine

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

Bio for Gregory Sharp, M.D.
Gregory Sharp, M.D.

Gregory Sharp, M.D.

Associate Professor
Director of Chemistry
Department of Pathology


Contact Information
E-mail: Gregory.Sharp@uvm.edu
Office Location:
EP1-121

Education

1973 BS, California Institute of Technology, with honors
1979 Ph.D. in Physiology and Pharmacology, Duke University
1979 MD, Duke University
2000 MS in Medical Informatics, Harvard/Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Academic Appointments

2007 - Present Associate Professor of Pathology, University of Vermont College of Medicine
2001 - 2007 Assistant Professor of Pathology, University of Vermont College of Medicine
2001 - Present Medical Director of Clinical Chemistry Laboratory, Fletcher Allen Healthcare
1983 - 1990 Assistant Professor of Pathology, University of Vermont College of Medicine
1983 - 1990 Director of Clinical Chemistry Laboratory, Medical Center Hospital of Vermont

Awards and Honors

1969 - 1973 National Merit Scholarship
1974 Duke Endowment at King's Fund College, London, England
1975 Graduate School Award
1976 - 1979 Insurance Medical Scientist Scholarship

Publications

2004 Erica Jacobson MD, Gregory Sharp MD, Jeffrey Rimmer MD and Bruce MacPherson MD. 2004: A 59-Year-Old Woman With Immunotactoid Glomerulopathy, Heavy-Chain Disease, and Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma. Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine: Vol. 128, No. 6, pp. 689–692.

2004 Sharp, G, Gibson, D. (2004) Connectivity for Office Base Instrumented and Manual Point of Care Testing. Poster Presented at the xxix Nordic Congress in Clinical Chemistry, Malmo, Sweden, April 2004.

2003 Sharp, G. H., Gibson, D, and Tindle, B. (2003) Physician Office Testing: The Importance of Ongoing Monitoring. Point of Care 2(3):179-182, 2003.

2000 Sharp, G. H. (2000). Machine Learning Aids in Medical Diagnosis: Comparison of Logistic Regression, Classification Trees and Neural Networks for Diagnosis of Melanoma. Thesis submitted for Master of Science in Medical Informatics, MIT-Harvard Division of Health Sciences and Technology