The program, which utilizes a consortium of three teaching hospitals, is approved for four years of combined training in anatomic and clinical pathology. Residents also participate in medical student education primarily in gross teaching labs in the first and second year courses and in supervision of rotating students in the third and fourth years. Two […]
The University of Kansas Medical Center, Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine offers a four-year, combined AP/CP residency training program. Each academic year, residents rotate through both anatomic and clinical pathology services using a block rotation schedule. Residents complete the majority of their training at the University of Kansas Hospital – home to the University […]
Geisinger offers a combined anatomic and clinical pathology residency program with a uniquely integrated curriculum. The program aims to train diagnostic pathologists who can represent all aspects of laboratory medicine in specialty-based, multi-disciplinary care teams. The program also emphasizes information technology and laboratory leadership, preparing graduates with the skills to serve as laboratory directors. Based […]
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