Carey Eberle MD, MPH

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Lecturer
Joint Medical Program

  • Core Faculty Joint Medical Program

Carey is a board-certified Anatomic and Clinical Pathologist (AP/CP). She completed her AP/CP training and a surgical pathology fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). She works as a Consulting Pathologist at Genomic Health, Inc. In the Fall academic semester, she also co-tutors and co-cycle architects HMS 200C: Contextually Integrated Case-Based Curriculum for 2nd-year medical students in the UC Berkeley/UCSF Joint Medical Program. Carey is also a Volunteer Clinical Professor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco.

Carey is a board-certified Anatomic and Clinical Pathologist (AP/CP). She completed her AP/CP training and a surgical pathology fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). She works as a Consulting Pathologist at Genomic Health, Inc. In the Fall academic semester, she also co-tutors and co-cycle architects HMS 200C: Contextually Integrated Case-Based Curriculum for 2nd-year medical students in the UC Berkeley/UCSF Joint Medical Program. Carey is also a Volunteer Clinical Professor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine at UCSF where she contributes to graduate medical education for laboratory medicine residents (lectures focused on epidemiology & biostatistics).

Carey has a long-standing interest in breast cancer research, including involvement in various clinical projects prior to medical school. These projects included studying volume-outcome relationships in mammography with Laura Esserman, MD at UCSF and drug efficacy in metastatic breast cancer with Maura Dickler, MD at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

As a pathology resident and surgical pathology fellow, Carey continued her involvement with breast cancer research projects. She also spent time in the laboratory of Jorge Reis-Filho, MD, PhD at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center where her research focus was the genomic characterization of special histologic subtypes of breast cancer and rare breast lesions.

Carey also completed her MPH in Epidemiology and Biostatistics at UC Berkeley in 2003. As an MPH student, her research interests included maternal and child nutrition and cancer epidemiology.

  • MD – Albert Einstein College of Medicine
  • MPH – Epidemiology and Biostatistics, UC Berkeley
  • BS – Japanese, Minors in Business and Government, Georgetown University
  • Medical education
  • Genomic characterization of special histologic subtypes of breast cancer and rare breast lesions
  • Cancer epidemiology
  • Maternal and child nutrition
  • HMS 200C: Contextually Integrated Case-Based Curriculum