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Osvaldo Rubinstein, M.D.

Associate Professor of Pathology
Chicago Medical School
Medical Director
College of Health Professions
Pathologists' Assistant Department
Room 1.658 Building: HSB
Phone: 847.578.8626 Fax: 847.578.8565
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Osvaldo L. Rubinstein, MD Dr. Rubinstein is a Board Certified Anatomic Pathologist an Associate Professor of Pathology and the Medical Director for the Pathologists’ Assistant Program.   Dr. Rubinstein is also an Attending Physician at The John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County, were he teaches autopsy pathology to our students.  He is on campus Tuesdays and Thursdays to review specimens from our extensive teaching collection and review cases at the multi-head scope.

University of Buenos Aires, M.D., 1955

University of Michigan, M.S., 1960

American Board of Anatomic Pathology

American Board of Clinical Pathology


New York

American Medical Association

Fellow, College of American Pathologists

Fellow, American Society of Clinical Pathologists

Chicago Pathological Society

Tissue Culture Association

Inspector for laboratory accreditation program of College of American Pathologists.

  • Rubinstein, O.L.: Tissue culture techniques applied to the diagnosis and histogenesis of malignant tumors. Doctoral thesis presented at the University of Buenos Aires, February 1961.
  • Werther, J.L., Schapira, A., Rubinstein, O., and Janowitz, H.D.: Amyloidosis in regional enteritis. A report of five cases. Am. J. Med. 29:416-423, 1960.
  • Houssay, A.B., Peronace, A.V., Perec, C., and Rubinstein, O.: Role of the chorda tympani in submaxillary hypertrophy by incisor amputation in rats. Acta Physiol. Latinoam. 12:153-166, 1962.
  • Rubinstein, O.L., Peronace, A.V., Perec, C., and Houssay, A.B.: The importance of the chorda tympani in determining the size and structure of the submaxillary and retrolingual glands. Argentine Association of Dental Investigation, November 1962.
  • Aslam, M., Paciuc, B., Rubinstein, O., and Hammond, J.B.: Deep spreading carcinoma of the stomach causing death within seven months of last normal x-ray examination. Gastroenterology 56:137-142, 1969.
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