Dr. Samer Albahra is a renowned pathologist and clinical informaticist, presently serving as a Staff Member at the Cleveland Clinic within the Pathology and Lab Medicine Institute and as an Assistant Professor at Case Western Reserve University. After receiving his MD from Ross University, he undertook post-graduate training in AP/CP Pathology at the University of Texas Health Science Center and in Clinical Informatics at the University of California, Davis.

Dr. Albahra’s professional journey encompasses a broad spectrum of appointments including roles as an Assistant Professor at the University of California, Davis School of Medicine, a Physician at the Medical and Pathology Lab, Inc., and a Technology Consultant, among others. His keen interest in technology is evident his multiple open-source contributions, and his technical acumen has been honed through his tenure as a Senior Software Engineer at Mimeo, Inc.

An adept educator, Dr. Albahra has significantly contributed to curriculum development across various institutions, with a distinct focus on clinical informatics. He has rendered invaluable insights as a member of several committees and advisory groups, striving to elevate the field of health informatics.

Dr. Albahra’s groundbreaking research on the integration of artificial intelligence and machine learning in pathology and laboratory medicine has culminated in a plethora of peer-reviewed articles and a patent pending. His work is instrumental in enhancing patient outcomes and optimizing laboratory processes, establishing him as a respected figure in the field.