Benjamin Mazer, MD, MBA

Benjamin Mazer, MD, MBA

Pathology in New Haven, CT


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About Dr. Mazer


Benjamin Mazer, MD, MBA is a pathology resident (AP/CP) in New Haven, Connecticut. He is interested in diagnostic surgical pathology, laboratory management, evidence-based medicine, and political advocacy.

Qualifications and Experience



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Education & Training

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Residency, Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, 2016 - 2020

W1yk9lhohqw2sa0i9g67University of Rochester
Class of 2016

University of Rochester Simon Business School
MBA, Healthcare Management, 2010 - 2011

Swarthmore College
BA, Biology, Linguistics, 2006 - 2010

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Hospital Affiliations

Zgr3qmymzex6qo4vobztYale-New Haven Hospital
Current Affiliation
New Haven, CT

Veterans Affairs Connecticut Healthcare System
Current Affiliation
West Haven, CT

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Awards

Leadership Development Award
CAP Foundation, 2017

William & Phyllis Hawkins Award
URMC Department of Pathology, 2016

Dean’s List for High Academic Achievement
Simon Business School, 2011

Dr. Lewis Wheeler Rose Scholarship
University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry, 2011

Lippincott Graduate Fellowship
Swarthmore College, 2010

Starfield Student Research Grant
Swarthmore College, 2009

Eugene Lang Summer Social Action Award
Swarthmore College, 2008

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Professional Memberships

College of American Pathologists - CAP
Member

American Society for Clinical Pathology - ASCP
Member

United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology - USCAP
Member

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Publications



PubMed

In search of compassion: a new taxonomy of compassionate physician behaviours.
Health Expect
Cameron RA, Mazer BL, DeLuca JM, Mohile SG, Epstein RM
10/2015

"Speaking-for" and "speaking-as": Pseudo-surrogacy in physician-patient-companion medical encounters about advanced cancer.
Patient Educ Couns
Mazer, B. L.,Cameron, R. A.,DeLuca, J. M.,Mohile, S. G.,Epstein, R. M.
2014 May 28

A question prompt list for patients with advanced cancer in the final year of life: development and cross-cultural evaluation.
Palliat Med
Walczak A, Mazer B, Butow PN, Tattersall MH, Clayton JM, Davidson PM, Young J, Ladwig S, Epstein RM
9/2013
17 citations

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Press Mentions



Zcenhsqaioihaxjabf1cIs There a Conflict of Interest Behind Your Cancer Diagnosis?
STAT · October 30, 2017
...ies should confront their cozy relationships with the pharmaceutical and medical device industries. Benjamin Mazer, M.D., is a pathology resident physician at Yale New Haven Hospital. His views are his own and do n...

Gzw12t1k9qfmfeu1zw2zWhen Doctors Succumb to Malignant Relativism
Undark · July 14, 2017
...ntions. In this uncertain era, we mustn’t give in to the temptation to say we are “not as bad.” Dr. Benjamin Mazer is a resident in pathology at Yale-New Haven Hospital. His views are his own and do not represent t...

Vb1ck0kmk5dj4fvc0shhCancer Diagnosis? Why Calling Your Pathologist Might Be a Good Idea
healthydebate.ca · May 24, 2017
...r coordinate. When facing a challenge such as a cancer diagnosis, knowledge can indeed be powerful. Benjamin Mazer is a resident in pathology at Yale-New Haven Hospital. His views are his own and don’t represent th...