L. Clarke Stout, M.D.

L. Clarke Stout, M.D.

Pathologist, Autopsy Service;
Professor, Department of Pathology

University of Texas Medical Branch
500 Clinical Sciences Building
301 University Boulevard
Galveston, TX 77555-0747

Office: (409) 772-8445
cstout@utmb.edu

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L. Clarke Stout, M.D.

Appointments

2004-Present Pathologist Autopsy Service, Department of Pathology, University of Texas Medical Branch, TX
1996-1998 Associate Director Pathology, Department of Pathology, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
1989-1990 Acting Co-director Surgical Pathology, Department of Pathology, of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
1974-Present Professor Department of Pathology, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
1972-1977 Director of Necropsy Department of Pathology, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
1972-1974 Associate Professor Department of Pathology, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
1971-1972 Consultant in Pathology Medical Research Foundation
1971-1972 Associate Professor of Pathology Oklahoma Medical Center
1970-1972 Interim Chairman of Pathology University of Oklahoma Medical Center
1968-1972 Director of Necropsy Department of Pathology, University of Oklahoma Medical Center
1968-1971 Assistant Professor of Pathology University of Oklahoma Medical Center
1965-1969 Director Institute for Comparative Pathology, Department of Medicine, University of Oklahoma Medical Center
1965-1969 Director Primate Colony, Department of Medicine, University of Oklahoma Medical Center
1963-1972 Assistant Professor in Medicine University of Oklahoma Medical Center
1963-1965 Assistant Director General Medicine Clinic, Department of Medicine, Oklahoma City Medical Center
1962-1972 Attending Physician in Medicine University Hospital and Veterans Administration Hospital, Oklahoma City Central State Hospital, Norman, OK
1962-1963 Instructor in Medicine University of Oklahoma Medical Center
1961-1962 Clinical Assistant in Medicine University of Oklahoma Medical Center

Professional Education

Degree Institution Graduation Year
Premed, B.S. University of Maryland 1950-1953
M.D. University of Maryland 1953-1957
Internship University of Oklahoma Medical Center 1957-1958
Resident Department of Internal Medicine, University of Oklahoma Medical Center 1958-1961
Resident Department of Pathology, University of Oklahoma Medical Center 1966-1967
Special Fellow of Pathology National Heart Institute 1967-1968

Honors

1972 Aesculapian Award nominee for excellence in pre-clinical instruction, University of Oklahoma Medical Center
1999 Outstanding Teacher, "Centennial Graduating Class", University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
1994 Senior Faculty Marshall, 1994 Medical School Graduation Ceremony, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
1999-2000 Outstanding Faculty Member - Anatomic Pathology, Selected by Department of Pathology Residents, of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
2005-2006 Appreciation Award for Outstanding Dedication and Commitment to Resident and Fellow Education, Awarded by the Department of Pathology Residents, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
2008-2009 Best Anatomic Pathology Faculty Award, Awarded by the Department of Pathology Residents, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX

Professional Affiliations (* denotes election)

  • American Society for Investigative Pathology*
  • American College of Physicians*
  • American Diabetes Association, Council on Complications*
  • American Gastroenterological Association*
  • American Heart Association, Council on Epidemiology*
  • Galveston County Medical Society
  • Texas Medical Association
  • Texas Society of Pathologists
  • U.S. and Canadian Academy of Pathology*
  • Renal Pathology Society

Research Interests

Studies of diabetic renal glomerular disease in humans.

Selected Publications

  1. Stout C, Morrow J, Brandt E and Wolf S. Unusually low incidence of death from myocardial infection. Study of an Italian American Community in Pennsylvania. JAMA 188:845-849, 1964.
  2. Stout C, Holland CK and Bird RM. Hemoglobin D in an Oklahoma family. Arch Int Med 114:296-300, 1964.
  3. Stout C and Bohorguez F. Aortic atherosclerosis in hoofed mammals. J Atheroscler Res 9:73-80, 1969.
  4. Stout C and Snyder RL. Ulcerative colitis-like lesion in Siamang gibbons. Gastroenterol 57:256-261, 1969.
  5. Stout C. Atherosclerosis in exotic Carnivora and Pinnipedia. Amer J Path 57:673-688, 1969.
  6. Bohorquez F and Stout C. Aortic atherosclerosis in exotic avians. Exp Molec Path 17:261-273, 1972.
  7. Stout C. Studies on the distribution of lipids within fibrous plaques. Atherosclerosis 23:443-450, 1976.
  8. Stout LC and Thorpe LW. Histology of normal aortas in non-human primates with emphasis on diffuse intimal thickening (DIT). Atherosclerosis 35:165-180, 1980.
  9. Stout LC and Thorpe LW. Histology of normal aortas in birds with emphasis on intimal thickening. Atherosclerosis 36:545-558, 1980.
  10. Stout LC, Whorton EB and Vaghela M. Pathogenesis of diffuse intimal thickening (DIT) in non-human primate thoracic aortas. Atherosclerosis 47:1-6, 1983.
  11. Stout LC, Folse DS, Meier J, Crosby WM, Kling R, Williams GR, Price WE, Geyer JR, Padula R, Whorton E and Kimmelstiel P. Quantitative glomerular morphology of the normal and diabetic baboon kidney. Diabetologia 29:734-740, 1986.
  12. Stout LC, Boor PJ and Whorton EB. Myofibroblastic proliferation on mitral valve chordae tendineae. A distinctive lesion associated with alcoholic liver disease. Hum Pathol 19:720-725, 1988. Selected for Yearbook of Pathology & Clinical Pathology, 1990.
  13. Stout LC, Kumar S and Whorton EB. Focal mesangiolyisis and the pathogenesis of the Kimmelstiel-Wilson nodule. Hum Pathol 24:77-89, 1993. Selected for Yearbook of Nephrology, 1994.
  14. Stout LC, Kumar S, Whorton EB. Insudative lesions - their pathogenesis and association with glomerular obsolescence in diabetes: A dynamic hypothesis based on single views of advancing human diabetic nephropathy. Hum Pathol 25:1213-1227, 1994.
  15. Stout LC and Whorton EB. Pathogenesis of extra efferent vessel (EEV) development in diabetic glomeruli. Hum Pathol 38:1167-1177, 2007).

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