Daniel S. Martig, MD

Assistant Professor | Associate Director, Hematopathology

Daniel S. Martig, MD

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Office Location:

SCCA - Room G7800

Mailing Address:

Box Box 358081
825 Eastlake Ave E
Seattle, WA 98109


Clinical and Research Background

Dr. Martig is a board-certified hematopathologist who joined the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology as an Assistant Professor and Associate Director in the Hematopathology Division in 2020. He specializes in the diagnosis of leukemias, lymphomas, and other blood disorders. As a pathologist, Dr. Martig collaborates with his clinical colleagues to provide accurate, timely, and cost-effective diagnoses and prognostic information for patients.

Dr. Martig’s educational research interests include resident and fellow curriculum development and the use of innovative teaching strategies to enhance trainee education. His clinical research interests include the application of flow cytometry and molecular analysis for diagnostics and prognostication in myeloid and lymphoid neoplasms, as well as applying innovative technologies such as artificial intelligence to the field of hematopathology.

Dr. Martig completed his undergraduate studies and medical school training at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, followed by AP/CP residency at University of California, San Francisco. He completed his hematopathology fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.

In his free time, Dr. Martig enjoys cooking and traveling.

Board Certifications

2020 - American Board of Pathology, Hematopathology

2019 - American Board of Pathology, Combined Anatomic and Clinical Pathology

Education and Training

2020 - Mayo Clinic, Hematopathology Fellowship

2019 - University of California, San Francisco, AP/CP Residency

2015 - University of Minnesota Medical School, Doctor of Medicine

2010 - Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, Summa Cum Laude with High Distinction

2010 - Bachelor of Arts in Asian Languages and Literatures, Social Formations in Asia Track with High Distinction

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