The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at URMC laboratories offers a collaborative environment that strongly supports professional development and education for all walks of life, from students to faculty.
The Department offers residency training in anatomic and clinical pathology, and post-residency fellowships in cytopathology, hematopathology, genitourinary pathology, gastroinestinal/hepatobiliary pathology, and neuropathology.
For Medical Students
Year-out medical student fellowships in Pathology give students an opportunity to consolidate their knowledge in a clinical setting. Fellows function as junior members of the resident staff, participating in clinical and research rotations. The Department also offers a number of electives that introduce students to the workings of a modern pathology department and the variety of career choices in pathology and laboratory medicine.
The Ph.D. program in cellular and molecular pathology, Pathways of Human Disease, is a multidisciplinary program with faculty mentors from some 15 URMC departments. The curriculum includes an emphasis on clinical as well as basic science topics.
Postdoctoral Research Fellowships
Departmental investigators are always interested in hearing from individuals with a doctoral degree and a background in a shared research area. See available positions, but also individual faculty and lab pages.
Departmental Conferences and Seminars
Departmental conferences and seminars include topics that complement the department's educational, clinical, and research programs.
Pathology IT Training for High School and Undergraduate Students
This program is designed to give students an opportunity to explore medicine, technology, and practical skills used in life! It focuses on bringing students to a higher level of achievement through interaction with professionals from many disciplines and the completion of an IT project related to a practical goal.
Clinical Technology Internships
This internship experience is designed to provide laboratory technology students with a
comprehensive overview in the core laboratories. Under the supervision of licensed
laboratory personnel, students acquire theoretical and practical knowledge.
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