Carlos Quinteros, MD

Assistant Professor of Anatomy and NeuroanatomyTouro College of Osteopathic Medicine - Harlem

Dr. Carlos Quinteros is an Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Neuroanatomy. His responsibilities include teaching Anatomy and Neuroanatomy both as didactic lectures and laboratory sessions. He is an Ecuador native. He received his Bachelor of Science and Medical Degree from University of Technology of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1992. He also completed his medical training at Hospital Salvador Goutier, In the Dominican Republic, 1992. Dr. Quinteros has been part of our faculty since 2008. He started as an adjunct lecturer in the Masters of Interdisciplinary Science and later joined our faculty as a full-time member. Dr. Quinteros serves on the Admissions and Community Service Committees.


  • Castellanos, B. B., Kandavalli, N. B., Rich, S., Baez, R., & Quinteros, C. (2020). Repositioned common hepatic artery with very rare anterior portal vein. Clinical Anatomy, 33(2), E68–E69.
  • Velavan, S. S., Castellanos, B., Rich, S., Goldberg, R. B., Quinteros, C., & Baez, R. (2015). Double inferior venacava with anomalous hemiazygos vein – A case report [Supplemental material]. FASEB Journal, 29(1), LB2.
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