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 […]
Candidates may take a 4-year combined anatomic and clinical pathology track, a 3-year anatomic or clinical pathology track, or a 4 year combined pathology-neuropathology track. Residents learn a core foundation of skills that becomes the basis for increased responsibility as the resident progresses through the program. In Anatomic Pathology, residents focus on surgical, cytological, neuro-, […]
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 […]
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