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Charles V. Biscotti, MD, is a Staff pathologist in the Department of Anatomic Pathology at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus. He was appointed to this position in 1988 after serving first as clinical associate staff pathologist in the Department of Pathology. Prior to this, Dr. Biscotti was chief resident in Anatomic Pathology in Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Pathology. He is certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and Cytopathology by the American Board of Pathology. His specialty interests include gynecologic pathology and cytopathology.
Dr. Biscotti received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve School of Medicine, then completed a residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology in the Division of Laboratory Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic. He is licensed to practice medicine in Ohio.
Dr. Biscotti is principal investigator or co-investigator of numerous research trials. His research has been published in peer-reviewed journals and he has contributed chapters to medical textbooks in his field. In 2006 and 2007, Dr. Biscotti was recognized as one of northeast Ohio’s “Top Doctors” by Cleveland Magazine. Dr. Biscotti is a member of the Cleveland Society of Pathologists, the American Society of Clinical Pathologists and the International Society of Gynecologic Pathology, among others. He is a diplomate of Pathology and the subspecialties of Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, as well as Cytopathology of the American Board of Pathology.
gynecologic pathology, cytopathology
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