Henry M. Rinder, MD, FASCP
Professor of Laboratory Medicine & Internal Medicine (Hematology)
Yale-New Haven Hospital
New Haven, CT
Henry M. Rinder, MD, FASCP, earned a bachelor’s degree from Yale University, New Haven, Conn., and a medical degree from the University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt., where he did a post-sophomore pathology fellowship under John Craighead, MD, Chair of the Department of Pathology.
Dr. Rinder subsequently trained in internal medicine at the Maine Medical Center, Portland, Maine, and returned to Yale for training in hematology and clinical pathology with Brian Smith, MD, and Peter Jatlow, MD, FASCP, as his mentors. On staff at Yale since 1992, Dr. Rinder has published his research on platelets and hemostasis, overseen resident education in clinical pathology, and supervised the hematology and satellite laboratories at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He is currently Professor of Laboratory Medicine and Internal Medicine (Hematology). A longtime ASCP volunteer, he has chaired the RISE Committee, and served on the Training Residents in Genomics (TRIG) committee. In addition, Dr. Rinder has served as an ad hoc member on committees tasked with professional development and the pathology workforce. Harvey considers Chicago his favorite city, primarily because of the rewarding and productive interactions with ASCP staff and volunteers, and would be honored to serve on the ASCP Board of Directors.