Eric F. Glassy, MD
Member Since: 1980
Title: Founder, Shareholder, Medical Director
Training: UC San Francisco, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
Specialty Expertise: Hematopathology, Informatics
Other Interests: Graphic Design, Computer programming and video
Dr. Glassy graduated from the University of San Francisco summa cum laude in 1972 and from UC San Francisco Medical School in 1976. He completed his Pathology residency at UCLA-Harbor General Hospital in 1980 and completed a fellowship in Hematopathology. He was the Medical Director at Bay Harbor Hospital from 1983 to 1991 and at Saddleback Memorial Medical Center from 1990 to 1992. He has been the Medical Director at Little Company of Mary Hospital from 1992 to 2006. He is currently medical director at Pathology, Inc. and San Pedro Peninsula Hospital. He is Board certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology with a specific interest in Hematopathology and Information Technology. His memberships include Alpha Sigma Nu Honor Society, California Society of Pathologists, American Society of Clinical Pathologists and Collage of American Pathologists (CAP). He is former Chairman of the CAP Hematology Resource Committee, Publications Committee and Curriculum Committe. He has also served on the Council on Education, Committee on Professional and Community Engagement, Council on Scientific Affairs, and the Council on Membership and Professional Development. He was also a member of the CAP Foundation Board of Directors. He has received several awards from the CAP, including President's Honor Award, Distinguised Service Award, and Excellence in Education Award. Dr. Glassy is the editor and illustrator of the CAP Color Atlas of Hematology, the CAP Color Atlas of Body Fluids, Color Atlas of Urinary Sediment and designer and illustrator of the Color Atlas of Hemoglobinopathies. His specialties include hematopathology, medical photography, digital imaging, graphic design, and computer applications. He is a nationally known speaker on Digital Pathology and the value of Pathology in Clinical Medicine. He has written several well received computer programs for pathologists and is also involved in video projects (filming, editing, and DVD creation). He is past president of the Digital Pathology Association and a governor of the College of American Pathologists. He was appointed a Trustee of American Board of Pathology in 2016.
APMG is primarily a community hospital-based practice that is recognized as one of the premier pathology groups in the nation. We have experienced remarkable organic growth over the last several years, a biproduct of hard work, expertise, and a willingness to collaborate and partner with patients, our clinical colleagues and administration.
Eric F. Glassy, MD, FCAP