Karin E. Finberg, MD

Specialty

Molecular Genetic Pathology, Pathology

Conditions & Treatments

Hematologic Disorders, Hematology, Inherited Disorders, Molecular Diagnostics, Molecular Oncology, Molecular Pathology


Biography

Karin Finberg, MD, PhD, is a pathologist who specializes in using genetic sequencing techniques, also called molecular diagnostics, to diagnose diseases in patients. In the lab, “we test everything—all kinds of tumor types,” Dr. Finberg says. “We are also looking for genetic changes that could make a patient eligible for a clinical trial,” she says. 

“Being able to use a technology to potentially match a patient to a treatment is something we couldn’t do just a few years ago,” Dr. Finberg says. “We are finding broader ways to treat diseases and coming up with more options for patients.” 

Dr. Finberg divides her time between clinical work and research into iron metabolism, seeking to understand what happens when the body absorbs too much iron, or not enough of it. At Yale School of Medicine, Dr. Finberg is an assistant professor of pathology.   

Gender

Female

Language(s)

English

Affiliated With

Yale Medicine

Locations

Education & Training

Education

Yale College;Yale School of Medicine

Residency

Massachusetts General Hospital

Fellowship

Childrens Hospital Boston

Accepted Insurance

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  • cigna healthcare
  • community care network
  • connecticare
  • corvel
  • first health network
  • focus healthcare
  • great west
  • husky
  • medicaid
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  • multiplan
  • oxford health plans
  • railroad medicare
  • tricare/champus
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  • us family health plan
  • wellcare