She handles cases of varying natures on a daily basis, including cancer cytogenetics, fluorescent in-situ hybridization studies, molecular genetics, morphology, immunohistochemical stains, direct patient counseling/contact and manages numerous departments across multiple companies. A portion of Dr. Herschap’s time is spent mentoring the future of medicine. She hosts and teaches high school students, college students, medical students, and residents throughout the year, and she has led professional lectures for colleague physicians and mid-level providers. She enjoys presenting solutions for private and hospital-based laboratories as well as physician groups to improve operational efficiency and help them become successful. In addition to teaching within the medical field, Dr. Herschap has led community lectures to help broaden the public’s understanding of the future of medicine. She is an expert at balancing her day-to-day pathology duties along with academic teaching and the challenges of entrepreneurship.
Additionally, Dr. Herschap has extensive knowledge and hands-on experience with bone marrow biopsy techniques. She has trained physicians and mid-level providers nationwide on how to perform optimal outpatient bone marrow biopsies. She frequently oversees and performs a vast array of outpatient, clinical and hospital-based bone marrow biopsy procedures.
Lastly, Dr. Herschap is an avid global citizen, as she frequently travels nationally and internationally. In addition to her work in the United States, Dr. Herschap is currently working on projects in Mexico, Southeast Asia and South America to extend diagnostic testing to patients in need in those regions of the world. She is the Founder, Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of a company in Mexico that is building a laboratory to expand access to quality anatomical and clinical pathology as well as to introduce advanced and rapid cancer diagnostics.