The division of Education provides many opportunities for trainees within the department. Residents can obtain training in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. Clinical Fellowships are offered in 17 subspecialties. Research is a core component of our graduate medical education programs. Graduate students can pursue their PhD in Cellular and Molecular Pathology, while the many research laboratories provide Post-doctoral training. In addition, our faculty are integrally involved in teaching both medical and dental students.
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True to its theme, this exciting two-day conference is intended to meet the educational needs of Practicing Pathologists, Medical Examiners, Law Enforcement/Police Officers, Coroners, District Attorneys, and Health Care Professionals.
Dr. Justin Kelley, a fourth-year resident at the Department of Pathology, was recently named to the College of American Pathology's Quality Practices Committee (QPC) and will be formally introduced for the 2022 academic year [...]
For the 2021-2022 academic year, Dr. Will Perry was selected to serve as the department's Chief Resident. “In the simplest terms, my main role is to ensure we have the best possible environment for residents to learn throughout their training. Another important responsibility is ensuring we have adequate resident coverage on many of our clinical services.”
This Molecular and Cellular Pathology graduate student event showcases research within the department by faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and PhD students. The day is highlighted with the invited keynote presentation by Jeffrey C. Rathmell, PhD.