Anatomic Pathology Only Track
The major educational goal of this program pathway is to train future leaders in academic surgical pathology. The first year is the same as the combined AP-CP program described above.
Activities in Anatomic Pathology continue in the second and third years, and include rotations in Pediatric and Forensic Pathology, Cytopathology, Molecular Pathology and Cytogenetics, Hematopathology, Laboratory Administration, further exposure to other subspecialties, and opportunities for research. The third year is modified to suit subspecialty interests. Here residents polish their skills as diagnostic surgical pathologists in preparation for a career in academic surgical pathology. Typically, electives involving clinical or translational research projects enable the resident to develop a subspecialty research interest.
The Department provides a mentoring program to foster these activities. Graduates of this training pathway will likely pursue a surgical pathology subspecialty fellowship (see below for those offered by our department) prior to seeking a faculty position in an academic department.
Along with this general AP training track, we also offer AP only physician scientist positions. Please see the physician scientist description below.
To rank our general AP only
or AP only Physician-Scientist Track program, use code
1256300C0 which is under the heading of APCP training in the NRMP.