Romulo Celli, MD, is a pathologist who specializes in diagnosing gastrointestinal (GI) and liver diseases and cancers. Some conditions he sees include inflammatory diseases and tumors in the GI tract, liver and pancreas. He also provides diagnoses through Yale Medicine’s autopsy and breast pathology services.
“I see the microscope as my clinic,” Dr. Celli says. “My goal is to take care of each slide as if they were patients coming to see me in clinic.”
From a young age, Dr. Celli knew he wanted to practice medicine (his mother and father were both physicians). Today, he combines this interest in medicine with a passion for data analytics in his research projects. “In general, I try to apply systems-level bioinformatics techniques in the setting of medical and autopsy pathologic diagnoses,” he says.
At Yale School of Medicine, Dr. Celli is an assistant professor of pathology.