An ACGME-accredited 4-year residency training program is offered in anatomic and clinical pathology. Structured experiences in surgical and autopsy pathology, cytopathology, forensic pathology, pediatric pathology, neuropathology, dermatopathology, medical renal pathology, clinical chemistry, medical microbiology, immunology and coagulation, hematopathology, transfusion medicine and blood banking, cytogenetics, and molecular pathology are integrated into the training curriculum. Laboratory management […]
The Department of Pathology offers a comprehensive 4-year residency training program in anatomic and clinical pathology. The training curriculum and rotation experiences are based on the ACGME and RRC requirements. We seek to produce professional, educated residents who meet or exceed the competency requirements in pathology, have a broad knowledge of human and experimental pathogenesis […]
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 […]
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