Daniel R. Boué, MD, PhD, is a staff pathologist in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and Director of Neuropathology within the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, with an academic appointment as Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology at The Ohio State University College of Medicine. Dr. Boué is the Neuropathology Program Director for neuropathology and neurology fellows rotating from the Ohio State University Medical Center. He also is a CHTN-COG review pathologist/investigator within The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Center for Biopathology, and the central review pathologist for a COG high-grade glioma study committee. His particular clinical interests are the diagnosis of pediatric brain tumors, other disorders of the pediatric nervous system, diagnosis of pediatric neuromuscular diseases, and pediatric hematopathology. His basic science and clinical research interests are in the clinico-radiologic, pathologic and molecular diagnostic and prognostic features of pediatric brain tumors. He is the principal investigator on a Nationwide Children’s Hospital Research Foundation grant to study the expression of various markers of proliferation, aggression and cell cycle regulation in pediatric brain tumors, in order to correlate expression of these markers with diagnosis, prognosis, treatment choice and outcome for these entities. Particular educational interests are in the teaching of various neuropathology topics to neurosurgery, general surgery, pathology, neurology, and pediatric residents and medical student trainees.