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Dr. Sandin received a BS degree from the University of Puerto Rico, an MD from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, and completed an MS and a research post-doctoral fellowship in microbiology at Michigan State University. He subsequently completed a residency in pathology at George Washington University and a fellowship in clinical microbiology at Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Ohio. He joined the faculty of USF Pathology and Cell Biology and Moffitt Cancer Center in 1991. Dr. Sandin serves as Medical Director of Microbiology/Virology and as a general Clinical Pathologist at Moffitt. He is currently a tenured Senior Member in Hematopathology and Laboratory Medicine and serves as Associate Director-USF Pathology Residency Training Program and as a committee member for multiple national and international pathology organizations. He has received the Teacher of the Year Award on 10 occasions from USF Pathology or USF Infectious Diseases/Internal Medicine. In his honor, the award is now named the “Dr. Ramon Sandin Award for Outstanding Teaching in Clinical Pathology.” He is author or co-author of 200 original papers and 5 book chapters, has delivered over 200 oral presentations and has taught a well-attended and well-received national-level Pathology Board Review Course in microbiology continuously since 2000. In 2012, he was senior co-editor of the only published full-length textbook on its topic to date, entitled Non-Neoplastic Hematopathology and Infections.
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