Xiaolin Liu-Jarin, MD

Board Certifications: 
Pathology - Anatomic
Accepting New Patients
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Academic Appointments

  • Assistant Professor of Pathology & Cell Biology at CUMC

Dr. Xiaolin Liu-Jarin was trained in Anatomic Pathology at Columbia University followed by a fellowship in Gynecologic Pathology at Weill Cornell. After working at Quest Diagnostics for 9 years, she returned to our department and joined the faculty as an Assistant Professor of Pathology & Cell Biology in January of 2012. Since the time of her return, she has functioned as the senior gynecologic pathologist in the department, as an excellent diagnostician and respected teacher. Dr. Liu-Jarin is a wonderful colleague and contributes regularly at the interdepartmental gynecologic oncology tumor board. She is interested in research projects related to gynecologic diseases and is actively collaborating with collegues in pathology and clinical oncology services.

Email: xl7@cumc.columbia.edu

Hospital Affiliations

  • NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia


  • Female

Insurance Accepted


  • EPO
  • HMO
  • Medicare Managed Care
  • NY Signature
  • POS
  • PPO
  • Signature Administrators
  • Student Health


  • EPO
  • Great West
  • HMO
  • POS
  • PPO


  • HMO
  • Medicare Managed Care
  • PPO


  • ConnectiCare
  • EPO
  • Essential Plan
  • HMO
  • Medicaid Managed Care
  • Medicare Managed Care
  • POS
  • PPO
  • Select Care (Exchange)
  • Vytra

Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield

  • Blue Priority
  • EPO
  • HMO
  • Medicare (Mediblue)
  • NYP Employee Plan
  • Pathway (Exchange)
  • POS
  • PPO

Local 1199

  • Local 1199


  • MagnaCare


  • Multiplan

Oxford Health Plans

  • Freedom
  • Liberty
  • Medicare Managed Care




  • Columbia University Employee Plan
  • Compass (Exchange)
  • EPO
  • Essential Plan
  • HMO
  • Medicaid (Community Plan)
  • Medicare Managed Care
  • POS
  • PPO

*Please contact the provider’s office directly to verify that your particular insurance is accepted.

Credentials & Experience

Education & Training

  • Beijing Medical University (China)
  • Residency: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center
  • Fellowship: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center

Board Certifications

  • Pathology - Anatomic


Selected Publications


  1. Jason DiPoce, MD, Xiaolin Liu-Jarin, MD, PhD. Jeffrey Newhouse, MD. Diagnosis Please: CASE 225. Radiology, Volume 276, No.3:919-921, 2015.

  1. Amanda J. Adeleye, M.D. 1, Nicholas Palmeri B.A1, Shih-Hsiu J. Wang, M.D., Ph.D.2, Xiaolin Liu-Jarin, MD, PhD2, Jason D. Wright M.D. 1,3 Spindle Cell Sarcoma of the Vulva with Myofibroblastic Differentiation Journal of Lower Genital Tract Disease: 2014 Jul 24.

  1. Chen, Xiaowei M.D.; Hamele-Bena, Diane M.D.; Galic, Vijaya M.D.; Liu-Jarin, Xiaolin, M.D., Ph.D.; Ko, Yen Chen K. D.M.D.; Herzog, Thomas M.D.; Wright, Jason D. M.D.  Infiltrating Adenomyosis of the Cervix With Features of a Low-Grade Stromal Sarcoma: A case Report and A Literature Review.

International Journal of Gynecological Pathology: May 2014, Volume 33.

  1. Xiaolin Liu-Jarin, Mark B. Stoopler, Haralambos Raftopoulos, Mark Ginsburg, Alain C. Borczuk. Histologic Assessment of Non-Small Cell Lung Carcinoma after Neoadjuvant Therapy. Modern Pathology, Vol.16, No.11: 1102-8, 2003.

  1. Cheryl L. Kunis, Glen S. Markowitz, X. Liu-Jarin, Peter Fisher, Gill L. Frei and Vivette D. D’Agati. Painful Myopathy and End-Stage Renal Disease. American Journal of Kidney Diseases, Vol 37(5), 2001.

  1. Owens DF, Liu X, Kriegstein AR.  Changing properties of GABA(A) receptor-mediated signaling during early neocortical development . J Neurophysiology Aug;82(2):570-83, 1999.

  1. Alexander C. Flint, Xiaolin Liu and Arnold R. Kriegstein Changing properties of GABA(A) receptor-mediated signaling during early neocortical development. J Neurophysiology Aug;82(2):570-83, 1999.

  1. Xiaolin Liu and Mary E. Hatten. Cloning, characterization and functional studies of mouse Notch 2 in the development of cerebellar granule neurons. Thesis dissertation published by Rockefeller University, 1996.

  1. Wei-Qiang Gao, Xiaolin Liu and Mary E. Hatten. The weaver gene encodes a non-autonomous signal for CNS neuronal differentiation. Cell, 68: 841-854, 1992.