Rush University Medical Center offers an ACGME-approved program in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. Residents spend month-long rotations in each of 15 disciplines. The anatomic pathology portion includes autopsy rotations in-house and 2 months of forensic pathology at the Office of the Medical Examiner of Cook County. Surgical pathology is divided into 7 subspecialty sign-out areas. […]
The Oregon Health & Science University Department of Pathology offers fully accredited training programs in both clinical and anatomic pathology. The anatomic pathology program includes autopsy pathology, surgical pathology, and cytopathology, with subspecialty exposure to pediatric pathology, forensic pathology, immunohistochemistry, neuropathology, including nerve and muscle biopsies, hematopathology, renal pathology and electron microscopy. The clinical pathology […]
Our ACGME-accredited program is a four-year integrated experience in anatomic (AP) and clinical pathology (CP). AP includes experience in autopsy and surgical pathology (including pediatric surgical pathology), neuropathology, hematopathology, dermatopathology, forensic pathology, renal pathology, diagnostic electron microscopy, and exfoliative and aspiration cytology. CP includes experience in hematology, coagulation, blood bank, flow cytometry, immunopathology, clinical chemistry, […]
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