Liane Deligdisch has completed her Graduation at Medical School in Bucharest, Romania, trained in Obstetrics-Gynecology and Pathology in Israel where she became an Associate Professor of Pathology at the Tel Aviv Medical School. In USA, she was a Visiting Professor at the Magee Women's Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pa and trained in Gynecologic Pathology at the Boston Free Hospital for Women (Harvard Medical School) and in Perinatal Pathology at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York where she is an attending and tenured full Professor since 1986. She founded the Division of Gynecologic Pathology and the Course of Gynecologic Pathology at the Medical School of the Mount Sinai Medical Center. She has published 148 peer-reviewed articles of which numerous studies are focused on uterine pathology related to hormonal effects and carcinogenesis, and on ovarian pathology. She has edited and authored seven textbooks on Gynecologic Pathology including child and adolescent disorders, early diagnosis of gynecologic malignances, uterine and ovarian neoplasms. She gave numerous courses and lectures at national and international meetings, received awards and in 2007 became an elected member of the French National Academy of Medicine.