The Department of Pathology at the University of Virginia offers an ACGME-accredited training program in anatomic and clinical pathology, with options for straight AP and CP training or AP-neuropath training. Our program provides intense training in the various disciplines of pathology, emphasizing resident responsibility and teaching at all levels. Numerous basic science and clinical research […]
A fully accredited 4-year combined anatomic and clinical pathology training program is offered. First-year appointments may begin the first year out of medical school or at a later date. In the combined AP-CP program, anatomic and clinical pathology rotations are fully integrated throughout the 4 years of training and are generally divided into 1 or […]
The department offers full residency training in all aspects of anatomic and clinical pathology as approved by the ACGME, leading to eligibility for the appropriate examination section of the American Board of Pathology. Post residency fellowships in anatomical and clinical pathology are also offered. Individuals with strong academic interest and performance may be considered for […]
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