We offer training leading to certification in anatomic and/or clinical pathology. Combined AP/CP training includes a core curriculum of 24 months during which residents learn key aspects of diagnostic pathology and basic principles of clinical practice. This experience is comprehensive and covers all areas of anatomic pathology and laboratory medicine, with an integrated array of […]
The residency training program in Pathology & Laboratory Medicine is a four-year program that is approved by the American Board of Pathology leading to certification in both Anatomic (AP) and Clinical Pathology (CP). The faculty are committed to the education and training of residents to ensure that they are adequately prepared to pursue a career […]
Students desiring a very special opportunity to gain clinical and research experience in pathology should consider applying for the Post-Sophomore Fellowship (PSF) open each academic year in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. One to two students will be selected and will have rotations and duties similar to first-year residents in pathology. This will […]
The Intersociety Council for Pathology Information (ICPI) is a non-profit organization, sponsored by five major pathology societies, that exists to create or publicize information about the field of pathology and laboratory medicine, to inspire interest across the spectrum of related career opportunities, and to support the training and professional development of students, residents and fellows by promoting educational programs, meetings, resources, and awards offered by ICPI’s member organizations and academic partners.