Our integrated Pathology Residency Training Program in Anatomic Pathology and Clinical Pathology (AP/CP) is centered on three campuses; North Shore University Hospital (764 beds); Long Island Jewish Medical Center (which includes Cohen Children’s Medical Center; 1025 total beds); and the Northwell Laboratories. Four candidates are admitted to our 16 resident program and two senior residents […]
The Department of Pathology offers structured, yet flexible, training programs designed to prepare physicians for careers in the academic and private practice of pathology. Fully approved training programs are available in combined anatomic (AP)/clinical pathology (CP); AP or CP only positions will be considered in select cases. In addition to autopsy and general surgical pathology, […]
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 […]
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