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 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 […]
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. […]
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