Professor Eyas Hattab
Professor Eyas Hattab, an alumnus of the Faculty of Medicine at JUST and a Professor of pathology and laboratory medicine and neurological surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine is the chair of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Louisville School of Medicine.
Professor Eyas Hattab
B.Sc. in Medicine and General Surgery
Chairman of the Department of Pathology - University of Louisville School of Medicine
Prof. Hattab earned his bachelor degree in Medicine and General surgery from JUST in 1992. He completed his residency in combined anatomic and clinical pathology at the University of Florida Health Science Center – Jacksonville, where he also served as chief resident. He then performed a fellowship in neuropathology at Stanford University Medical Center and surgical pathology fellowship at Washington University Medical Center in St. Louis. Additionally, Prof. Hattab holds a Business of Medicine M.B.A. degree from Indiana University Kelley School of Business.
Prior to his appointment as the new chair of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at UofL, Prof. Hattab served as the vice chair of education for pathology and laboratory medicine at Indiana University as the director of the residency program.
Prof. Hattab not only is excelling in his administrative positions but is also a dedicated and a renowned researcher with his research efforts focused on diseases and abnormalities of the central nervous system, Hattab has authored more than 80 scientific writings and has been an invited speaker at highly prestigious national and international meetings. He is a member of the editorial board of the journal Modern Pathology and reviewer of the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute Consensus Committee on Quality Systems and Laboratory Practices. Hattab is an active member of the neuropathology community and serves on several national committees governing the field, including chairing the College of American Pathologists Neuropathology Committee, the CAP Cancer Biomarker Reporting Committee (CBRC) CNS panel and the Lower Grade Gliomas Disease Working Group of The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) project, the National Cancer Institute.