Geisinger offers a combined anatomic and clinical pathology residency program with a uniquely integrated curriculum. The program aims to train diagnostic pathologists who can represent all aspects of laboratory medicine in specialty-based, multi-disciplinary care teams. The program also emphasizes information technology and laboratory leadership, preparing graduates with the skills to serve as laboratory directors. Based […]
The Department of Pathology at LSU Health Sciences Center-New Orleans offers a fully ACGME accredited residency characterized as a combined Anatomic and Clinical (AP/CP) Pathology training program. The four-year program utilizes rotations and supervising faculty at five (5) hospitals as well as a forensic center, all located in the metro New Orleans area. The program is […]
The University of Utah Pathology Department offers ACGME accredited training programs in both anatomic and clinical pathology leading to board certification. The residency mission is to train exceptional pathologists through flexible programs individually tailored to prepare residents for careers ranging from combined AP/CP community pathology practice to specialized research at an academic medical center. Particular […]
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