Henry M. Rinder, MD, FASCP; Professor of Laboratory Medicine & Internal Medicine (Hematology); Yale-New Haven Hospital New Haven, CT
Dr. Rinder attended Yale University for undergraduate studies and then the University of Vermont College of Medicine. Dr. Rinder teaches residents, fellows, postdoctoral and graduate students and at continuing education courses organized through the Yale Cancer Center, and the Departments of Internal Medicine and Laboratory Medicine. Dr. Rinder is actively involved in teaching at the graduate level through the Laboratory Medicine and Hematology teaching programs at the Yale School of Medicine.
After training in internal medicine and hematology, he went on to post-doctoral work in clinical pathology. His laboratory research focuses on cell-based diagnostics relevant to the basic biology of hemostasis and inflammation. He has evaluated the role of thrombin and complement in platelet dysfunction following extracorporeal circulation, studies of metabolic changes during platelet storage, hypercoagulability in drug abuse, and platelet function under the control of growth factors.
Dr. Rinder serves on the Board of Directors of the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) and works as the chair of the ASCP Commission on Continuing Professional Development.