Dr. John Ozolek practices Pediatric Pathology in Pittsburgh, PA. As a pediatric pathologist, Dr. Ozolek is skilled in the diagnosis and characterization of neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases of children. Pediatric pathologists gain expertise in the laboratory diagnosis of diseases that occur during fetal growth, infancy, and child development.
Education and Training
University of Pittsburgh / Main Campus 1989
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Pittsburgh, PA 15213Get Direction
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