Aldo Gonzalez-Serva, M.D.
Director of Podiatric Pathology
Anatomic Pathology; Dermatopathology
M.D., Central University of Venezuela
Instituto Anatamo-Patologico, Central University of Venezuela, Yale University, New Haven, CT
Dermatologic and Podiatric Pathology; Teaching and Research
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Dr. Aldo Gonzalez-Serva received his M.D. from The Central University of Venezuela, subsequently specializing in pathology, both in Venezuela and at Yale University, where he completed his residency in pathology. Following residency, he further pursued his interest in dermatopathology, spending several years in academia in Venezuela prior to a return to the US working with Dr. Bernard Ackerman. Dr. Gonzalez-Serva brings many years of experience in dermatopathology and podiatric pathology. He has served as senior pathologist at Pathology Services, Inc. where he worked closely with Dr. Wallace Clark (Clark’s Levels in melanoma staging) and Dr. Terence Harrist. He later became medical director of Ameripath New England and co-director of the Center for Dermatopathology at Winchester Hospital. Academic appointments include assistant professorships – of pathology at Boston University, and of dermatology at Tufts University. He has served as a past president of the Venezuelan Society of Pathology and is the recipient of numerous awards in recognition of his academic accomplishments.