Dr. Reynolds received a B.S. in Biology, summa cum laude, at University of Michigan. He also earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Michigan. Following his MD degree he completed a 4-year AP/CP Pathology residency at University of New Mexico HSC, followed by a 1-year Fellowship in Cytopathology at the University of New Mexico HSC.

Personal Statement

Dr. Reynolds' research interests are in the digital digital pathology transition and innovations in medical education.

Areas of Specialty

In addition to general surgical pathology, Dr. Reynolds' areas of specialization include cytopathology, lung neoplasia, and medical education.


Residency: University of New Mexico (2013), Anatomical Pathology and Clinical Pathology
Fellowship: University of New Mexico (2012), Cytopathology
Medical School: University of Michigan Medical School (2008)

Achievements & Awards

Dr. Reynolds' was awarded in the Department of Pathology Faculty of the Year award in 2018, and the Excellence in Phase 1 Teaching award in 2019.

Courses Taught

Block Chair for Concepts in Pathology and Tissue Morphology, Phase 1 medical school course, 2017-2022