- Cleveland Clinic
Dr. Andrea V Arrossi has 3 locations
Dr. Andrea V Arrossi has the following 1 SPECIALTIES
Dr. Andrea V Arrossi has the following 3 expertise
- Tissue Biopsy
- Blood Testing
- Fluid Testing
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26 Years Experience
Graduated in 1995
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More about Dr. Andrea V Arrossi
Andrea Arrossi, MD, is a member of the Associate Staff of the Department of Anatomic Pathology at Cleveland Clinic. She joined Cleveland Clinic in 2006. Dr. Arrossis clinical focus includes general surgical pathology, as well as pulmonary and gastrointestinal pathology. Dr. Arrossi has co-authored several papers as well as a book chapter within her specialty, and has several more manuscripts in preparation. Originally from Argentina, Dr. Arrossi completed her medical school training in 1994 at Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. She fulfilled her anatomic pathology residency at the Hospital de Clinicas, Universidad de Buenos Aires in Argentina in 1998 and subsequently completed another anatomic pathology residency in 2005 at Cleveland Clinic. Her first hospital appointment was Staff Pathologist at Instituto Papanicolau in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1998. Dr. Arrossi was recognized with the 2005 Rodger C. Haggitt Gastrointestinal Pathology Society Award (Runner Up) for research conducted at Cleveland Clinic on backwash ileitis in total proctocolectomy specimens in patients treated with ileal pouch anal anastomosis. She was also part of another research team that received the Florencio Fiorini Annual Merit Award for work conducted on viral tipification for screening in cervical cancer. The latter research was conducted at Instituto Papanicolaou, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, September 2000.