Lance K. Erickson, MS, PA

Research Interests

  • Pediatric Pathology
  • Embryo and Fetal Development
  • Human Congenital Heart Disease
  • Autopsy Pathology

Languages

  • English
  • Spanish

Academic Information

  • Departments: Pathology - Adjunct Assistant Professor
  • Divisions: Pediatric Pathology

Academic Office Information

  • 801-662-2171
  • Primary Children's Hospital
    Pathology
    100 N Mario Capecchi Drive
    Salt Lake City, UT 84113

Email: lance.erickson@imail.org

Academic Bio

Lance Erickson is a Pathologists’ Assistant and supervisor of the Anatomic Pathology Laboratory at Primary Children’s Hospital managing the Gross Room, Histology Laboratory, and technical Autopsy Services. He received his Master’s Degree in Laboratory Medicine and Biomedical Science from the University of Utah. He holds board certifications as a Pathologists’ Assistant, Technologist in Molecular Biology, and Histotechnologist. Mr. Erickson’s academic interests include Congenital Cardiac Pathology, Pediatric Surgical Pathology, and Pediatric Autopsy Pathology. His interdepartmental role includes teaching of congenital cardiac morphology, pediatric autopsy/placental pathology, and pediatric gross pathology with the residents and fellows of Pathology, Cardiology, and Maternal Fetal Medicine along with the Medical Students from the School of Medicine.

Education History

Type School Degree
Graduate Training University of Utah
Laboratory Medicine and Biomedical Science
M.S.
Undergraduate University of Utah
Major in Biology, Minor in Chemistry
B.S.
Undergraduate Brigham Young University
Zoology

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Lloyd IE, Rowe LR, Erickson LK, Paxton CN, South ST, Alashari M (2014 Sep-Oct). Two cases of Scimitar syndrome associated with multiple congenital skeletal anomalies and lacking abnormalities by genomic microarray analysis. Pediatr Dev Pathol, 17(5), 360-5.
  2. Loftus PD, Erickson LK, Everitt MD, Kaza AK (2014 Apr). Heart failure due to "disappearing" aortic valve in hypoplastic left heart syndrome. World J Pediatr Congenit Heart Surg, 5(2), 334-7.
  3. Rowe LR, Thaker HM, Opitz JM, Schiffman JD, Haddadin ZM, Erickson LK, South ST (2013 Jul). Molecular inversion probe array for the genetic evaluation of stillbirth using formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tissue. J Mol Diagn, 15(4), 466-72.
  4. Menon SC, Erickson LK, McFadden M, Miller DV (). Effect of ventriculotomy on right-ventricular remodeling in hypoplastic left heart syndrome: A histopathological and echocardiography correlation study. Pediatr Cardiol, 34, 354-63.
  5. Furtado LV, Thaker HM, Erickson LK, Shirts BH, Opitz JM (2011 Nov-Dec). Cervical ribs are more prevalent in stillborn fetuses than in live-born infants and are strongly associated with fetal aneuploidy. Pediatr Dev Pathol, 14(6), 431-7.
  6. Coffin CM, Spilker K, Lowichik A, Zhou H, Nielson K, Erickson L, Pysher TJ (2007 Dec). Critical values in pediatric surgical pathology: definition, implementation, and reporting in a children's hospital. Am J Clin Pathol, 128(6), 1035-40.

Review

  1. Erickson LK (). An Approach to the Examination of the Fetal Congenitally Malformed Heart at Autopsy. [Review]. Journal of Fetal Medicine, 2(3), 135-141.

Case Report

  1. Furtado LV, Putnam AR, Erickson LK, Opitz JM (2012 Apr). Premature closure of the foramen ovale secondary to congenital aortic valvular stenosis in a stillborn. Fetal Pediatr Pathol, 31(2), 43-9.
  2. Erickson LK, Opitz JM, Zhou H (2012 Mar-Apr). Lethal osteogenesis imperfecta-like condition with cutis laxa and arterial tortuosity in MZ twins due to a homozygous fibulin-4 mutation. Pediatr Dev Pathol, 15(2), 137-41.
  3. Furtado LV, Putnam AR, Viskochil DH, Lowichik A, Erickson LK, Dries DC, Opitz JM (2011). Unilateral sclerocornea and tracheal stenosis: unusual findings in a patient with Goldenhar anomaly. Fetal Pediatr Pathol, 30(6), 397-404.
  4. Erickson LK, Puchalski MD, Pysher TJ (2008 Oct). Pulmonary atresia with intact atrial and ventricular septums, unroofed coronary sinus, and absent aortocoronary arterial connections. Cardiol Young, 18(5), 520-2.

Letter

  1. Erickson LK, Opitz JM (2011 Nov). Categorization of common arterial trunk [Letter to the editor]. J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg, 142(5), 1286-7.

Other

  1. Erickson LK (). POSTERIOR HOMEOTIC TRANSFORMATION OF THE CERVICAL-THORACIC BORDER IS A MARKER OF MALDEVELOPMENT IN HUMANS. University of Utah (Ed.), Master's Thesis.