Our curriculum is designed to provide complete training in all major areas of anatomic and/or clinical pathology, while remaining flexible enough to accommodate diverse career goals in private practice, academic, or other settings. Anatomic and clinical pathology rotations are integrated throughout the 4-year AP/CP curriculum to allow continuous exposure to both components.
Residents gain experience in all aspects of anatomic and clinical pathology, including general surgical pathology, subspecialty areas of surgical pathology (e.g. bone and soft tissue, gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, pulmonary, breast, gynecologic, genitourinary, renal, head and neck, cardiovascular, ophthalmic, neuropathology and dermatopathology), postmortem examinations (including hospital and forensic cases), cytopathology, molecular pathology, hematopathology, coagulation, transfusion medicine, clinical chemistry, microbiology, cytogenetics and laboratory management.
The Anatomic Pathology curriculum is built on the same model with focus on anatomic pathology while still providing education in fields such as cytogenetics and molecular pathology.