Specialties and Expertise
- Laboratory Medicine
Dr. Haddadin completed her medical training at the Medical Academy in Sophia, Bulgaria in 1984 and advanced training in medical and clinical genetics from the University of London in 1989. She did a post-doctoral research fellowship in molecular pathology at Johns Hopkins University, followed by a post-doctoral fellowship in clinical cytogenetics at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She is very well trained and boarded by the American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics. Mary has published six research papers on the cytogenetics of malignant tumors. She has also worked in the area of cytogenetic characterizations of pancreatic cancers, particularly on the karyotyping of their chromosomal abnormalities. She comes highly recommended by Quest Diagnostic laboratories where they found her to be an honest, dependable and hard-working individual. They state that she is impressive at problem-solving and troubleshooting complicated clinical cases. Dr. Haddadin is also considered an expert in the study of cytogenetic abnormalities particularly involving hematological malignancies involving bone marrow and blood.
- American Board of Medical Genetics (Clinical Cytogenetics)
Clinical and Academic Positions
- Professional Staff Member - NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
- Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine - Weill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University
Education and Training
- M.D., Medical University, Sofia Faculty of Medicine (Bulgaria), 1984
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