Teaching is an art – and Summa pathology residents experience the best in a unique setting. In this small community of passionate and qualified instructors, residents receive personalized training for today’s world of anatomic and clinical pathology in an academically-affiliated community pathology setting. In a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, Summa pathology residents learn not only the […]
The University of Maryland Medical System/Hospital and its affiliated hospitals, Veterans Affairs Medical Center/Baltimore, and the Medical Examiner’s Office/State of Maryland, offer fully approved four year programs for residents in anatomic pathology, clinical pathology, or both. Residents are provided a mandatory three-year core program in the basic principles of anatomic and clinical pathology. Rotations also […]
The Special Study Experience in Anatomic Pathology or Laboratory Medicine (Clinical Pathology) provides students an opportunity to expand their knowledge of either or both in a working fellowship that includes research and independent study. The structure of the fellowship year is somewhat flexible to permit the student to tailor the program to his or her […]
The Intersociety Council for Pathology Information (ICPI) is a non-profit organization, sponsored by five major pathology societies, that exists to create or publicize information about the field of pathology and laboratory medicine, to inspire interest across the spectrum of related career opportunities, and to support the training and professional development of students, residents and fellows by promoting educational programs, meetings, resources, and awards offered by ICPI’s member organizations and academic partners.