The Clinical Laboratory Department at Shalamar Hospital includes experienced pathologists, histopathologists, microbiologists, haematologists, chemical pathologists, biologists, technologists and technicians. We offer low-cost lab tests in all disciplines to detect potential health risks and diagnose diseases. The laboratory performs over one million tests and a greater number of patients visit our in-house laboratory every year.
Our technicians are highly trained and skillful that helps to ensure compliance in all steps of sample collections and result.
Our online lab result collection system makes report collection even more convenient.
Accreditation by PNAC
Shalamar Hospital Laboratory is now accredited for ISO 15189-2012 standard by Pakistan National Accreditation Council (PNAC) . Shalamar Hospital Laboratory is the 10th Laboratory in Pakistan accredited for ISO 15189-2012 by PNAC.
This section is well equipped with auto-analyser to perform routine as well as specialized investigations including routine blood counts, optimal malaria test, clot screening, coagulation factor assays, thrombophilia screening, bone marrow aspiration and trephine biopsy facilities cytochemical stains and Hb and protein electrophoresis.
The Chemical Pathology section is providing services to in-patients, out-patients and emergency departments of Shalamar Hospital. The section is rendering comprehensive and qualitative diagnostic services which are efficient and cost-effective.
The Chemical Pathology section has the latest equipment, where tests are performed by highly trained professionals on automated equipment to ensure accurate results in the shortest possible time. The section performs more than 1,200 tests every day and offers routine and 24-hour emergency services.
Qualified and experienced medical technologists and technicians work in chemical pathology section with vast experience of handling automated analysers.
The Immunology Section is providing specialized and quality diagnostic services. The section is performing specialized tests by agglutination, ELISA and Chemiluminescence techniques on fully automated equipment. In addition to Hepatitis and Virus profile, the department is performing a wide range of tests i.e. Hormone Profiles, Tumour Markers etc.
Histopathology and Cytology
The Histopathology section is functioning for the past 15 years. Presently, the section is handling over 3,000 surgical specimens and over 1,000 Cytology specimens annually under the supervision of a UK-trained histopathologist.
The section is well equipped with state-of-the-art machinery. In addition to Haematoxylin and Eosin staining other Histo-chemical stains such as Giemsa, Z-N, Congo red, Reticulin and Oil red are also available.
Immuno-histo-chemistry with panel of antibodies for diagnosis and classification of tumours and receptor assay analysis for breast cancer are also performed. The Cytology section has a dedicated room for Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology, which is now being performed on regular basis.
The section performs routine urine and stool examination, all biological fluid analysis, aerobic & anaerobic culture of CSF, ascitic and pleural fluid, Pus, AFB culture, fungal culture and sensitivity. In collaboration with Gynaecology and Obstetrics Department, the section has recently started sperm preparation for Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI). Highly qualified medical technologists work in the Microbiology section, who are supervised by qualified pathologists.
The Molecular Biology section is a new addition for the people of northern Lahore. This section is well equipped and supervised by a qualified specialist Molecular Biologist. PCR technique is available for the detection of HCV, HBV, MTB and BCR-ABL gene in CML patients.
This section comprises of Plasma Cell Separator. We have facilities to store up to 650 units of various blood products. All kinds of blood products are prepared including Platelets, Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP), Cryoprecipitates, Granulocytes and packed BsAg, HIV, Optimal Malaria Test and VDRL to provide safe blood to the patients.
MCPS, Diploma Clinical Microbiology
M. Phil (Chemical Pathology)
M. Phil (Histopathology)
MCPS, Diploma Clinical Microbiology
M. Phil (Chemical Pathology)
Dr. Maryam Tarar is a Pathologist/ Virologist working at Shalamar Institute of Health Sciences (SIHS) since 2013. She is also in-charge of infection control unit in Shalamar Hospital. She holds a PhD in Virology from University of London and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists of UK.
Dr. Tarar attended Fatima Jinnah Medical College, Lahore and proceeded to UK in 1987 after being selected by Ministry of Science & Technology under a scholarship award program for doing MSc/PhD in the field of Virology. After returning to Pakistan, she served in Allama Iqbal Medical College and Lahore Medical & Dental College in city of Lahore.
She also had extensive experience of working in Private sector as a Consultant Virologist, before joining Shalamar Medical & Dental College/ Shalamar Hospital.
|FRCPath / MRCPath||Sep-94||Jan-04||Member / Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists/ UK|
|PhD||Jan-89||Feb-95||Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine|
|MSc||Sep-87||Sep-88||London School of Hygiene &Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)|
|M.B.,B.S.||Jul-79||Jul-85||Fatima Jinnah Medical College|
|Professor||Oct-17||To date||SMDC/SIHS||Lahore Pakistan|
|Associate Professor||Sep-13||Oct-17||SMDC/SIHS||Lahore Pakistan|
|Consultant Virologist||Jan-04||Sep-13||Viralab||Lahore Pakistan|
|Associate Professor||Aug-02||Jul-03||Lahore Medical & Dental College||Lahore Pakistan|
|Assistant Professor||Jun-98||Aug-02||Allama Iqbal Medical College||Lahore Pakistan|
|Consultant||Jun-99||Sep-99||Regional Virus Lab, Gartnaval Gen Hospital||Glasgow, United Kingdom|
|Virologist||May-97||Jun-97||Regional Virus Lab, Gartnaval Gen Hospital||Glasgow, United Kingdom|
|Senior Registrar||Apr-94||Feb-97||Ruchill Hospital||Glasgow, United Kingdom|
|S&T Scholar (Award)||Sep-87||Sep-91||LSHTM &Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine||London/United Kingdom|
- Coronavirus Pandemic Experience of a “Specialized Surgical Service” . Tarar MN & Tarar MR. Archives of Surgical Research Vol 1 (2) 68-70.
- Hepatitis B virus (HBV) immunity status of laboratory staff working at a tertiary care hospital in Lahore: An interventional study. . Naeem T, Tarar MR, Saadia A, Iqbal MD, Naeem ME, Tariq S.  Biomedica Volume 36 (3) 252-256.
- Covid-19 Testing Feud: Does antibody testing really work . Waseem Talat& Tarar MR. Blog Publication (http://medium.com/@taseem/covid-19-testing-feud-does-antibody-testing-really-work-699046a4105c).
- Handbook “Hospital Acquired Infections – Prevention & Control”. Maryam R Tarar & Shehnoor Azhar (Editors) 2020. University of Health Sciences Publication, Lahore.
- Stigmatization and resource allocation – Ethical dilemmas for HIV positive intravenous drug abusers. . Saleem S & Tarar MR. Medical Journal of Sakina Institute 1 (2) 31-33.
- Disclosure of human immunodeficiency virus serostatus to the patient; Issues for laboratory staff . Tarar MR, Naeem T, Naeem ME. Medical Journal of Sakina Institute 1 (1) 34-36.
- Comparison of chemiluminescence immunoassay and immunochromatographic test for Syphilis screening in blood donors attending a tertiary care hospital of Lahore . Saadia A, Tarar MR, Naeem T, Alvi N, Ahsen M, Qureshi M. Biomedica 32 (2) 97-99.
- Frequency of multidrug resistant and extensively drug resistant organisms in tracheal aspirates: Experience at a tertiary care hospital . Ejaz A, Tarar MR, Naeem T, Naeem MA, Ijaz S, Qureshi M. Biomedica 32 (2) 77-82.
- Adding misery to the Insult: Mycobacterium tuberculosis and HIV Co-infection . Naeem T, Tarar MR, Saadia A, Butt MURA,Yousuf H, Adhami SUZ. Biomedica 32 (1) 49-51.
- Temporal pattern and control of an outbreak of extensively drug resistant Acinetobacter baumannii in an ICU . Tarar MR, Naeem T, Iqbal S, Hadjirul H, Ghouri M, Ishaq M, Qureshi M. Biomedica 31 (1) 36-41.
- Effect of different factors: Interferon alpha plus Ribavirin combination therapy . Iqbal S, Tarar MR, Zia R, Naeem T. Professional Med J 21(6) 1227-31.
- Sexually Transmitted Disease Management Plan – DiamerBhasha Dam Project : Document preparation forDiamerBasha Dam Project, at request of DiamerBasha Dam Project Office Township Lahore, as part of the essential requirement by international lending agencies (Asian Development Bank and WHO). Township, Lahore, 20 March, 2009.
- Rapid molecular detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in clinical samples: five year experience . Tarar MR, Ruby G, Chughtai AS. Pakistan Journal of Pathology 15, 4 (Dec), 153-157.
- Markers of viral infection in Haemophiliacs . Tarar MR, Malik N, Chughtai AS. International Journal of Pathology 1, no 1 (July-Dec) 22-24.
- A comparison of infection control practices in pathology laboratories of government teaching hospitals and private sector in Lahore . Tarar MR, Hamid MF. Annals of King Edward Medical College 8, 4 (Oct-Dec), 244-246.
- Awareness of occupational health hazards in pathology laboratories staff- . Tarar MR, Hamid MF, Aman S. Journal of Allama Iqbal Medical College 2, 1 (Jan-June issue), 11-15.
- Expression of a human cytomegalovirus gp58 antigenic domain fused to the hepatitis B virus nucleocapsid protein . Tarar MR, Emery VC, Harrison TJ. FEMS Immunology and Microbiology 16, 183-192.
- Measles, Rubella and Parvovirus B19 in Scotland . Tarar MR & Stevenson J. SCIEH Weekly Report, volume 30, no 96/13, 72-75.
- Expression of Hepatitis B Virus Chimeric Proteins in Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Systems. Maryam R Tarar, PhD Thesis , University of London.
|Fellow/Member of the Royal College of Pathologists –UK & Member CPD Scheme – RCPath- UK||1994||To date||Royal College of Pathologists||United Kingdom|
|Examiner / Paper Setter FCPS Virology||2001||To date||College of Physicians & Surgeons of Pakistan (CPSP)||Pakistan|
|Member Committee of Virology||2014||To date||Physicians & Surgeons of Pakistan (CPSP)||Pakistan|
|Member, WHO National Certification Committee (NCC) for eradication of Poliomyelitis from Pakistan||2015||To date||World Health Organization||Geneva|
|Member, CEAG Corona expert advisory group||2020||To date||Primary & Secondary Healthcare Dept.||Punjab, Pakistan|
|Member Scientific Taskforce on COVID-19||2020||To date||Ministry of Science & Technology (MOST)||Islamabad, Pakistan|
|Member Clinical Innovation Taskforce||2020||To date||Lahore University of Management Sciences||Lahore Pakistan|
M. Phil (Histopathology)
Dr. Sania Shuja is a Pathologist & Head of Pathology Department at SMDC and Director of Shalamar Pathology Laboratory at Shalamar Hospital, Lahore.
Dr. Sania Shuja acquired her medical education at King Edward Medical College, Lahore. She completed her internship at Mayo Hospital, Lahore, and completed her pathology residency and fellowship at Boston University Medical Centre Hospitals, Boston, MA, U.S.A.
Prior to joining Shalamar, Dr. Sania Shuja was a Staff Pathologist & Clinical Professor at University Washington Medical Center, Seattle, Washington.
|Professor, Head of Pathology Department||11/2017||Present||Shalamar Medical and Dental College, Shalamar Institute of Health Sciences||Lahore, Pakistan|
|Clinical Professor||02/2016||11/2017||Department of Anatomic Pathology, University of Washington, School of Medicine||Seattle, WA, U.S.A.|
|Associate Professor||07/2000||10/2015||Department of Pathology, University of Florida Health Science Center||Jacksonville, FL, U.S.A.|
|Graduate School Faculty||08/1996||06/2000||Boston University Graduate School||Boston, MA, U.S.A.|
|Assistant Professor||07/1993||06/2000||Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine||Boston, MA, U.S.A.|
|Instructor||07/1991||06/1993||Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine||Boston, MA, U.S.A.|
|Teaching fellow||07/1987||06/1991||Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine||Boston, MA, U.S.A.|
|W.M.O/Lecturer||07/1982||08/1986||King Edward Medical College and Mayo Hospital||Lahore, Pakistan|
|Fellow, Surgical Pathology / Hematopathology||07/1992||06/1994||Boston University Hospital||Boston, MA, U.S.A.|
|Chief Resident||07/1991||06/1992||Boston University Hospital||Boston, MA, U.S.A.|
|Senior Resident||07/1990||06/1991||Boston University Hospital||Boston, MA, U.S.A.|
|Junior Resident||07/1989||06/1990||Boston University Hospital||Boston, MA, U.S.A.|
|Medical and Surgical internship||07/1981||06/1982||Mayo Hospital||Lahore, Pakistan|
|Consultant Pathologist||11/2017||Present||Shalamar Medical and Dental College, Shalamar Institute of Health Sciences||Lahore, Pakistan|
|Staff- Pathologist||02/2016||11/2017||Seattle Cancer Care Alliance||Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.|
|Staff- Pathologist||02/2016||11/2017||Harborview Hospital||Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.|
|Staff- Pathologist||02/2016||11/2017||Northwest Hospital||Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.|
|Staff- Pathologist||02/2016||11/2017||University of Washington Medical Center||Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.|
|Staff- Pathologist||07/2000||10/2015||Shands Jacksonville Hospital, University of Florida||Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.A.|
|Staff- Pathologist||07/1996||06/2000||Boston Medical Center||Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.|
|Staff- Pathologist||07/1994||06/2000||Mallory Institute of Pathology||Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.|
|Staff- Pathologist||11/1994||06/1996||Boston City Hospital||Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.|
|Staff- Pathologist||02/1994||06/1996||Boston University Medical Center Hospital||Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.|
|Exemplary Teacher’s Award||2010||University of Florida, College of Medicine, Jacksonville, FL, U.S.A.|
|Secretary Faculty Council||Jul 2008 – Jun 2010||University of Florida, College of Medicine, Jacksonville, FL, U.S.A.|
|Exemplary Teacher’s Award||2008||University of Florida, College of Medicine, Jacksonville, FL, U.S.A.|
|Principal Investigator. Funding amount $10, 000. Project Title: “Expression of cathepsins B, H, L and D in GlioblastomaMultiforme.”||2004 – 2005||Deans Fund, Senior Investigator Award, University of Florida Health Science Center, Jacksonville, FL, U.S.A.|
|Boston Section of the American Association for Cancer Research||1997 – 1998||President, Boston Cancer Research Association, Boston, MA, U.S.A.|
|Boston Section of the American Association for Cancer Research||1996 – 1997||Vice President, Boston Cancer Research Association, Boston, MA, U.S.A.|
|Comparative Analyses of Cathepsin B Enzyme Activity and mRNA Content in Cancers of the Thyroid, Larynx and Oral Cavity||1990 to 1991||Boston University School & Medicine Graduate Student Award (BUSM GRSA) Award (Dr. Sania Shuja PI)|
|Comparative Analyses of Cathepsin B Enzyme Activity and mRNA Content in Cancers of the Thyroid, Larynx and Oral Cavity||1990 to 1991||American Cancer Society (ACS) Hubert Humphrey Institutional Grant Award( Dr. Sania Shuja, PI)|
|Title of Research/ Published Article||Year of Publication||Journal Name||Author/ Co-authors|
|Prevalence of epithelial abnormalities and high-risk human papilloma virus in cervicovaginal Pap smears of population subgroups as a guide toward evidence-based best practice||2019||DiagnCytopathol, Feb 2019.doi: 10.1002/dc.24158||Siddiqi, A, Webb, F, Smotherman, C, Shuja, S, Mubeen, A and Lai, K.|
|Sodium Polystyrene Sulfonate Induced Esophageal Ulcer and Gastritis||2016||Endoscopy, Mar 2016, Volume 83, Issue 3, Pages 664–665.||Ronald Brown, II, Joshua Samuel, KamalpreetParmar, Sania Shuja, Silvio W. de MeloJr|
|Unexpected Bone Metastases From Thyroid Cancer||2015||Case reports in Endocrinology. Jul 2015. Volume 2015 (2015), Article ID 434732, 4 pages||Sandra Gibiezaite, SavasOzdemir, Sania Shuja, Barry McCook, Monica Plazarte and Mae Sheikh-Ali.|
|Large cell neuroendocrine carcinoma of the rectum presenting with extensive metastatic disease||2014||Case Reports in Oncological Medicine, 2014:386379. doi: 10.1155/2014/386379. Epub 2014 Jul 16. PMID25225617||VinayMinocha, Sania Shuja, Robert Ali, Amalie Eid.|
|Mucoepidermoid carcinoma presenting as a large cyst of the parotid gland in HIV disease||2013||Journal of ear, nose and throat, 2013, 92(7), 310-311, PMID: 23904307||Nelson Goldman, Sania Shuja, Reginald Griffin and RaafatMakary.|
|Management of ParatesticularRhabomyosarcoma in an Adult Patient: A Case Report||2011||British Journal of Urology International website (bjui.org): March 22, 2011||Eddie L. Lambert, Stephen E. Mandia, Raafat F. Makary, Sania Shuja, and Christopher R. Williams.|
|Follicular thyroid carcinoma presenting initially as pelvic soft tissue metastases involving the bone: Case report and review of literature||2011||Archives of Pathology & laboratory medicine, 2011, 135(9): 1220||Nikhil.G. Patel, RaafatMakary, Amir Mohammadi, and Sania Shuja.|
|Active MMP-2 activity discriminates colonic mucosa, adenomas with and without high grade dysplasia and cancers||2011||Human Pathology, 2011, 42:688-701).||Murnane, M.J., JinguoCai, Sania Shuja, David McAneny, Veronica Klepeis and John B. Willett.|
|Paraneoplastic necrotizing myopathy associated with limited stage small cell lung cancer||2011||ClinAdvHematolOncol. 2011 Jul;9(7):557-6PMID: 22402465||Ho John Vu, Tim Nguyen, Dat Pham, RaafatMakary and Sania Shuja|
|Primary osteosarcoma of the maxilla. Journal of ear, nose and throat, Head and Neck Clinics||2010||October 2010; 89(10):484-486||RaafatMakary, Nelson Goldman, RuiFernandes and Sania Shuja.|
|Twin gestation with complete hydatidiform mole and a coexisting live fetus: Case report and brief review of literature||2010||Obstet Med 2010;3:30-32||RaafatMakary, Sania Shuja, Amir Mohammadi, and Marilin Rosa.|
|Medium and Small Vessel Vasculitis with Large Bowel Infarction in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: A case report||2009||Journal of Gastroenteroloy 2009; 104:1859–1860; doi:10.1038/ajg.2009.242||RaafatMakary, Cindy L. Davis and Sania Shuja.|
|Active MMP-2 effectively identifies the presence of colorectal cancer.||2009||Int. J. Cancer: 125, 2893–2902 (2009).||Mary Jo Murnane, JinguoCai, Sania Shuja, David McAneny.|
|Glioneuralhamartoma with unusual clinical manifestations in a case of pharmacoresistant temporal lobe epilepsy||2009||The Internet Journal of Neurology. Vol. 11#2||RaafatMakary, Amir Mohammadi, and Sania Shuja.|
|Variable histological and ultrasonic characteristics of restenosis after drug-eluting stents||2008||International Journal of Cardiology, 2008;130(3):444-8.||Suzuki Nobuaki; Angiolillo Dominick J; Monteiro Carmela; Shuja Sania; Futamatsu Hideki; Kawaguchi Ren; Box Lyndon C; Guzman Luis; Zenni Martin M; Gilmore Paul S; Bass Theodore A; Costa Marco A.|
|Papillary Thyroid Carcinoma with Metastasis to the Frontal Skull||2009||Journal of Diagnostic Cytopathology, Jul 2009;37#7, 522 – 526.||Dian Feng, Ronald Rhatigan, Sania Shuja, David Wolfson, RaafatMakary, Kathryn Koch and Shahla Masood.|
|CADASIL disease, an inherited slowly progressive vascular dementia: Case report with radiological and electron microscopic findings||2009||Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular diseases, November 2009, 18(6): 491-493||Sania Shuja,Justin Lindquist, Kevin P. Lee, Scott Silliman and RaafatMakary.|
|Active MMP-2 Effectively Identifies the Presence of Colorectal Cancer||2009||Original Research article: Int. J. Cancer: 125, 2893–2902||Murnane, M.J., JinguoCai, Sania Shuja, David McAneny, Veronica Klepeis and John B. Willett.|
|Unusual histological variant of Ewing’s sarcoma of mandible: Case report||2009||International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery2009, (38) #8, 891-894||RaafatMakary, Melissa Tucker, Rui P. Fernandes and Sania Shuja.|
|Cytomorphology of Primary Signet Ring Cell Carcinoma of the Lung||2009||DiagCytopathol 37(2):146-9||Ni Jin, Chris Nguyen, Sania Shuja,RaafatMakary, and David Wolfson.|
|Rhabdoid meningioma in a background of atypical meningioma with lipomatous metaplasia: Case report and review of literature||2008||Internet Journal of Neurosurgery. Volume 5 Number 1||Sania Shuja, Timothy Lucey and Victor DaSilva and RaafatMakary.|
|Patterns of Cathepsin H Expression in GlioblastomaMultiforme: Diverse subcellular localization patterns suggest a complex role in the biology of these tumors||2008||Internet Journal of Pathology, volume 7#1||Sania Shuja, Amir Mohammadi, Stephan Grigorian, and Steve Goodison.|
|Diagnosis of McArdle’s disease in an elderly man: Case report and review of literature||2008||Internet Journal of Neurology, volume 9#1||RaafatMakary, Sania Shuja, Nadeem Talpur and Alan Berger, MD.|
|Intramedullary mature teratoma of the cervical spinal cord at C1–2 associated with occult spinal dysraphism in an adult||2007||Case report and review of the literature. J. Neurosurg. Spine; 6:579–584||RaafatMakary, David Wolfson, Victor DaSilva, Amir Mohammadi and Sania Shuja.|
|Cathepsin D protein levels in colorectal tumors: Divergent expression patterns suggest complex regulation and function||2004||Int. J. Oncol. 24(3):473-85||Iacobuzio-Donahue, C., Shuja, S.,Cai, J., Peng, P., Willet, J. and Murnane, M.J.|
|Alterations in cathepsin H activity and protein pattern in human colorectal carcinomas||2000||British Journal of Cancer 82(7):1317-26||Del Re, E., Shuja, S.,Cai, J. and Murnane, M.J.|
|Cathepsin B activity and protein levels in thyroid carcinoma, Graves’ disease and multinodular goiters||1999||Thyroid 9(6):569-577||Shuja, S., Cai, J., Iacobuzio-Donahue, C., Zacks, J., Heimann, R., Beazley, R. M., Kasznica, J. M., O’Hara, C. J. and Murnane, M.J.|
|Presence of activated Ras correlates with increased cysteine protease activities in human colorectal carcinomas||1998||International Journal of Cancer 79, 324-333||Kim, K., Cai, J., Shuja, S.,Kuo, T., Grilli, A. and Murnane, M. J.|
|Characterizing human colorectal carcinomas by proteolytic profile||1997||In Vivo 11(3):209-216||Murnane, M. J., Shuja, S., del Re E., Cai, J., Iacobuzio-Donahue, C. and Kleipes, V.|
|Elevations in cathepsin B protein content and enzyme activity occur independently of glycosylation during colorectal tumor progression||1997||Journal of Biological Chemistry 272(46):29190-29199||Iacobuzio-Donahue, C., Shuja, S.,Cai, J. and Murnane, M. J.|
|N-ras protein: Frequent quantitative and qualitative changes occur in human colorectal carcinomas||1997||International Journal of Cancer, 71:767-775||Kim, K., Kuo. T., Cai, J., Shuja, S. and Murnane, M. J.|
|Marked increases in cathepsins B and L activities distinguish papillary carcinoma of thyroid from normal thyroid or thyroid with nonneoplastic disease||1996||International Journal of Cancer 66:420-426||Shuja, S. and Murnane, M. J.|
|Changing patterns of proteolytic expression in colorectal tumor progression||1994||Volume of the Proceedings of the Chiba International Symposium for Cancer, 11-26||Murnane, M.J., Cai, J., Shuja, S., Cote, L., del Re, E., Iacobuzio, C., Kim, K., and Sheahan, K.|
|Cysteine protease activity levels in normal human tissues and in colorectal adenomas and carcinoma||1991||International Journal of Cancer, 49:341-346||Shuja, S., Sheahan, K., and Murnane, M. J.|
|Stage specific increase in cathepsin B mRNA content in human colorectal carcinoma||1991||Cancer Research 51:1137-1142||Murnane, M.J., Sheahan, K., Ozdemirli, M., and Shuja, S.|
|Cysteine protease activities and tumor development in human colorectal carcinoma||1989||Cancer Research 49:3808-3814||Sheahan, K., Shuja, S., and Murnane, M.J.|
|Pacific Northwest Society of Pathologists||2016||2019|
|United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology||1997||2017|
|College of American Pathologists||1996||2015|
|American Thyroid Association||1998||2007|
|American Society for the Advancement of Science||1995||2002|
|Association of Physicians of Pakistani-Descent of North America||1992||present|
|American Society for Cell Biology||1991||1998|
|American Association for Cancer Research||1991||2004|
|Massachusetts Medical Benevolent Society||1990||present|
|Boston Cancer Research Association (Boston Section of the American Association for Cancer Research)||1988||2000|
|New England Pathology Residents Society||1987||1993|
|United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) – International Academy of Pathologist (IAP)||2017||Present|