José Díaz Nazario, M.D.

Assistant Professor

TEACHING/RESEARCH INTEREST

  • Anatomic and Clinical Pathology
  • Human Genetics

EDUCATION

  • Residents Training Program in Clinical Cytogenetics at Mayo Clinic, Rochester Minnesota under supervision of Gordon Dewald, Ph.D., 1994.
  • M.D. from Universidad Central del Caribe, School of Medicine, P.R., 1985 – 1988.
  • M.D. from C.E.T.E.C. University, School of Medicine, Santo Domingo, 1980– 1983.

RECENT COURSES TAUGHT/CLINICAL INSTRUCTION

  • Systemic Biomedical Sciences 1 and 3
  • Applied Pharmacology 1

PUBLICATIONS, POSTERS, AND PRESENTATIONS

Publications

  • Mosaic Trisomy 20 with Sirenomelia is a 25 Week Stillborn, American Journal of Human Genetics, 1997
  • Partial trisomy 7q in a 22 Week fetus, American Journal of Human Genetics, 1997
  • Complete Monosomy 21 in a 19 Week Fetus, American Journal of Human Genetics, 1996
  • Translocation of Satellites and Partial Centromere from Chromosome 13 to the Distal Long Arm of Chromosome 4 with probable loss of 4q35, American Journal of Human Genetics, 1996
  • Diabetes, Diagnosis and follow up La Aguja, December 1993

Poster Presentation

  • American Society of Human Genetics Annual meeting, Complete Monosomy 21 in a 19-week fetus October 1996

Paper presentation

  • Refractive Shifts in Hispanic Diabetic Patients, Annual American Optometric Academy Meeting, 2004  

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL DISTINCTIONS

  • Admission’s Committee Member in the Inter American University of Puerto Rico, School of Optometry (August 2004- Present)
  • Colegio de Médicos Cirujanos de Puerto Rico
  • American Society of Clinical pathology
  • American College of Pathology
  • Asociación de Patólogos de Puerto Rico

BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Jose Diaz is a Doctor in Medicine and completed his academic background in Puerto Rico and in Dominican Republic. He participated in Residents Training Program in Clinical Cytogenetics at Mayo Clinic, Rochester Minnesota under supervision of Dr. Gordon Dewald. Dr. Diaz is a full-time professor at the Inter American University of Puerto Rico, School of Optometry.

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