The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine offers 16 pathology resident positions - four in each of the PGY levels – as part of the four-year integrated training program.
The residency program includes training in laboratory management for both the academic and private sector environment, including training in medical directorship, quality management, utilization, instrumentation and information systems. Residents also have access to clinical or translational scholarship in anatomic pathology, clinical pathology and cytogenetics and molecular pathology, or for collaboration with the basic and translational research of the Feinstein Institute.
The four-year program contains integrated training in anatomic pathology (AP) and clinical pathology (CP). The training program is a 12 block schedule (four weeks for each block), which includes the following rotations:
- Surgical pathology
- Infectious disease diagnostics
- Blood banking and transfusion medicine
- Hematology and flow cytometry
- Clinical chemistry
- Cytogenetics and molecular pathology
- Lab management