A fully approved four-year training program in anatomic and clinical pathology and one-year fellowships in surgical pathology and soft tissue/bone pathology are available. The anatomic pathology training program provides basic instruction in autopsy and surgical pathology including the subspecialties of neuropathology, pediatric pathology, neonatal pathology, dermatopathology and cytology. In addition to the traditional methods of […]
The Pathology Residency Program provides thorough training in all aspects of anatomic and clinical pathology and laboratory management with the specifics of the program tailored to meet the needs of the individual. In addition to autopsies, surgical pathology, and cytopathology, the anatomic pathology program includes specialized training in dermatopathology, pediatric pathology, and forensic pathology. Laboratory […]
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 […]
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