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Bin Yang, MD, PhD, is a Staff in the Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Institute of the Cleveland Clinic. He is the Medical Director of Molecular Cytopathology and Director of Cancer Epigenetics Core Laboratory in the Department of Anatomic Pathology. Bin Yang received his M.D. in Zhengzhou University School of Medicine in China in 1983, his Ph.D. training in Molecular Biology under supervision of Dr. Sanford Markowitz, an investigator at the Howard Houghes Medical Institutions at the Case Western Reserve University in 1996. He finished his pathology residency training in 2000 at the Cleveland Clinic, his surgical pathology fellowship training in 2001 at the Washington University in St. Louis, and his cytopathology fellowship and molecular pathology training in 2003 at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions in Baltimore.
He was the President of the Chinese American Pathologist Association, a professional organization which has 300+ pathologists with Chinese ethnic background. Currently he is the consultant pathologist for the Preventive Oncology International and consultant in Sino-US Cervical Cancer Programs of under-served areas in China. Dr. Yang has given numerous speeches and presentations as invited speaker at the national and international conferences.
2) Application of advanced molecular techniques in prediction of chemosensitivity in gynecologic cancers such as ovarian cancer.