Benjamin Mazer is an anatomic and clinical pathologist living in Baltimore, Maryland.
He works as a surgical pathology assistant at Johns Hopkins Hospital. From 2021-2022, he will be a gastrointestinal and liver pathology fellow at Yale.
He was previously a resident physician in the Departments of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Yale.
Dr. Mazer’s interests include diagnostic surgical pathology (GI and GU), laboratory management, evidence-based medicine, and health policy.
He received a BA from Swarthmore College, majoring in Biology and Linguistics. He was awarded a Lippincott Graduate Fellowship by Swarthmore.
He graduated with an MD from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, where he received the William B. & Phyllis H. Hawkins Award for pathology. He also served as the post-sophomore pathology fellow from 2013-2014.
Prior to medical school, he received an MBA from the Simon Business School.
He has received a Leadership Development Award from the College of American Pathologists. He has served on the CAP Economic Affairs Committee and Residents Forum Executive Committee. He was selected for the American Society for Clinical Pathology’s “40 Under Forty” award in 2020.
His writing has appeared in both mainstream and academic outlets, including The BMJ, The Boston Globe, Medscape, STAT, and elsewhere.
Dr. Mazer’s views do not represent those of his employer or any other organization with which he is affiliated.