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Dr. Tannenbaum brings expertise in hematopathology to Pathology Associates. Graduating cum laude from Hamilton College with a degree in physics and astronomy, he left Clinton, New York and received his M.D. from Albany Medical College. His residency in anatomic and clinical pathology took him to the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and for his fellowship in hematopathology, he worked in the prestigious section of hematopathology at the University of Utah Medical Center.
Throughout his career, Matt has held many leadership positions. For several years, he has served as the president of Pathology Associates and as the lab director of multiple high volume and highly complex laboratories. With his expertise in hematopathology, he has directed various cancer and transfusion committees. Most recently, he has been appointed by the College of American Pathology (CAP) as a National Laboratory Inspector to examine labs typically located in the Intermountain Northwest. Having been involved with specific in-depth research relating to cancer detection, Dr. Tannenbaum continues to use his expertise to apply new technology in diagnostic techniques.
Dr. Tannenbaum is certified in both anatomic and clinical pathology and in hematopathology. He is a member of the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) and is also a Fellow of the College of American Pathologists (CAP).
He has been actively involved in the world community by helping various institutions. His good deeds include efforts to set-up hospital laboratories, supporting the Red Cross, and providing various contributions to a foreign organization that built a schoolhouse in the remote mountain areas of China's Zinjiang province.
Dr. Tannenbaum is married, has three children, and is an avid outdoorsman and landscape photographer. In fact, many of his photographs decorate Pathology Associates' offices. He enjoys traveling the world and has fond memories of his excursions to Bhutan, Patagonia, and the trek of a lifetime to the North Face base camp of K2.