Faculty and Staff Profiles
Ahna Marisa Blutreich
Clinical Professor of Pathology
Sophie Davis School of Biomedical EducationDepartment
Harris Hall 207-C
ProfileDr. Blutreich is Clinical Professor of Pathology and the Course Director for the Pathology Course for the Sophie Davis Medical School. Previously, she was a Pathologist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. Dr. Blutreich completed residency training in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology followed by two fellowships; one fellowship in Surgical Pathology with subspecialization in Breast and Urologic Pathology and a second fellowship in Transfusion Medicine. She has experience signing out anatomic pathology cases, teaching residents and medical students, participating in quality assurance activities, and conducting tumor board conferences.
EducationB.A., 1997 Barnard College, New York
M.D., 2003 Sackler School of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Research InterestsMount Sinai Medical Center, New York, New York
Research Coordinator for New York Children's Environmental Health Study. This cohort study investigated the effects of lead, PCB's and roach pesticides on children's health and development.The study also investigated genetic polymorphisms that could lead to increased susceptibility to toxicity from roach pesticides. Exposures and outomces were evaluated via comprehensive exposure questionnaires, testing of biological samples (blood, urine, and cord blood), performing IQ tests on participants, perfroming Brazelton Neonatal Assessment Test and the Bayley Test of Infant Development on the newborns and infants and conducting follow-up home visits.
Mount Sinai Medical Center New York, New York
NIH Summer Research Program for Medical Students. Visited various work sites throughout New York to evaluate occupational and environmental exposures and their effect on employee health. Attended conferences on occupational and environmental exposures.
Publications4/2009 Yang MC, Blutreich A, and Das K. "Nodular pulmonary amyloidosis with an unusual protein composition diagnosed by fine-needle aspiration biopsy: a case report." Diagnostic Cytopathology. 37(4):286-9, 2009 April.
4/2009 Hsu P, Wu DW, Blutreich AM, Kurtin PJ, Hoyer JD, and Karayalcin G. "Spontaneous mutation of hemoglobin Lufkin in a white boy." Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology. 31(4):281-4, 2009 April.
2003-2004 Intern, Pediatrics, Maimonides Medical Center, Brooklyn, New York
2004-2006 Resident, Pathology, Long Island Jewish Medical Center, New York
2006- 2008 Resident, Pathology, New York University Medical Center, New York
2008-2009 Fellow, Transfusion Medicine, New York Blood Center, New York
2009-2010 Fellow, Surgical Pathology, New York University Medical Center, New York
Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
New York State Medical License
Oregon State Medical License
10/2009 "Assessing Deficiencies In Knowledge Of Blood Banking Among Housestaff and Attendings." Created a blood bank test and administered it to 101 housestaff and attendings in four departments at NYU Medical Center. Purpose was to identify gaps in medical knowledge in order to decrease patient care errors.
Annual Meeting, American Association of Blood Banking (AABB), New Orleans, Louisiana