Juan C. Felix, M.D.

Professor, Clinical Pathology and Obstetrics and Gynecology
Chief, OB-GYN Pathology, Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center
Director of Surgical Pathology, Women’s and Children’s Hospital
BA, Columbia College, Columbia University (1980); MD, Cornell University Medical College (1984); Residency, Anatomic Pathology, The New York Hospital (1988); Fellowship, Obstetrical and Gynecological Pathology, The New York Hospital-Cornell University Medical College (1989)
(323) 226-3301
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Dr. Felix directs Surgical Pathology and heads OB-GYN Pathology at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center. Among other research interests, he studies the effect of hormone replacement therapy on menopausal women. He also studies the diagnosis and treatment of preinvasive lesions of the uterine cervix, and he is currently collaborating on a women’s HIV study. He teaches immunohistochemisty and molecular biology/PCR to graduate students and reviews cases with cytotechnologists. Beyond his professional and academic capacities, Dr. Felix has volunteered in the Los Angeles community, serving as physician in charge of the Fifth Annual Central City Community Health Fair for the homeless, where he directed cervical cancer screenings. While earning his medical degree and completing his residency, he trained for and participated in two Olympic Games for Puerto Rico, competing in the single sculls event.