The Department of Pathology offers fully approved training programs for residents in anatomic pathology and clinical pathology as a combined AP/CP 4-year program. Training in anatomic pathology includes surgical pathology, autopsy/forensic, neuropathology, dermatopathology, nephropathology and cytopathology. Experience in rapid on-site cytologic evaluations (ROSE) as well as intraoperative consultations (frozen sections) is emphasized. Clinical pathology training […]
The department offers full residency training in all aspects of anatomic and clinical pathology as approved by the ACGME, leading to eligibility for the appropriate examination section of the American Board of Pathology. Post residency fellowships in anatomical and clinical pathology are also offered. Individuals with strong academic interest and performance may be considered for […]
The Department of Pathology offers structured, yet flexible, training programs designed to prepare physicians for careers in the academic and private practice of pathology. Fully approved training programs are available in combined anatomic (AP)/clinical pathology (CP); AP or CP only positions will be considered in select cases. In addition to autopsy and general surgical pathology, […]
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