University of Massachusetts Medical Center
(1985-1989) Residency Training in Combined Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
National Institute of Neoplastic Diseases Lima Peru
(1970-1972) Residency in Anatomic Pathology
Military Hospital Lima Peru
(1969-1970) Rotating Internship
Bachelor of Medicine
(1970) Medical Surgeon
University of San Agustin School of Medicine
(1969) Arequipa, Peru
University of San Agustin
(1964) Arequipa, Peru
Certified in Cytopathology, American Board of Pathology
Certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, American Board of Pathology
Latin-American Society of Pathology
South Florida Pathology Society
Peruvian Cytology Society
College of American Pathologists
American Society of Cytopathology
|Dr. Olga Rosenblum has been practicing pathology for more than 30 years. Her expertise in the field allows Dr. Rosenblum to currently serve as the staff pathologist for Florida Foot and Ankle Associates. In this role, Dr. Rosenblum analyzes patient biopsies, as well as nail and tissue samples to help podiatrists more effectively treat their patients.
Dr. Rosenblum was raised and educated in Peru and graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Medicine from the University of San Agustin. Before moving to America, she served as an assistant professor of pathology at the University of San Marcos’ Medical School in Peru. In 1981, Dr. Rosenblum moved to London for six months to study the pathology of breast cancer at the Ludwig Institute of Cancer Research. Nine years later, Dr. Rosenblum received her board certification in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and then went on to earn her certification in Cytopathology in 1996.
Dr. Rosenblum began practicing as a pathologist in Hollywood, Florida in 1989 at the National Health Laboratories. She then worked in both the private sector for companies such as Quest Diagnostics and LabCorp, as well as the public sector, where she served as Medical Director for the U.S. Laboratory Gramic Research Lab in Dania Beach, Florida. Dr. Rosenblum is also licensed to practice medicine in Florida, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.