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Pathology Residency Program

David C. Holub, M.D.


 

The University of Rochester Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine trains exceptional residents for practice in the rapidly evolving field of Pathology.

Residents are integral physician-members of our team which is dedicated to serving a diverse patient population throughout western New York in an expanding regional healthcare model.

Residents are provided great breadth and depth of exposure to all fields in Pathology. With an Anatomic Pathology subspecialty model, strong Clinical Pathology training and diverse elective opportunities, residents can personalize their educational experience to prepare them for any future subspecialty or practice setting.

Residents participate in active research programs and projects to improve standards of practice, with the goal of developing pathologists who will drive the future of innovation in pathology.

The motto of the University is "Meliora", meaning "ever better." The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine trains residents to become the pathologists of the future that will continuously aim to be ever better.

Welcome from the Program Director

 

Our Residency by the Numbers

5.7

Million Samples Annually

62

Pathologists

9

Fellowship Programs

85000

Surgical Pathology Specimens

What Sets Us Apart

Program Highlights

Find out what makes our Pathology Residency so unique.

Research and Mentorship

Review your research options including a year out program.

Our Residents

Our residents most commonly reference the personal relationships and valuable mentoring they receive as one of the top reasons why they would recommend URMC.

Take a Tour with Bennett L. Wilson, DO

What our residents say...

“I feel that the combination of high specimen volume, friendly training atmosphere, educational quality, and low cost of living can't be matched by any other program in the country!”

 

Bennett, L. Wilson, DO (Chief Resident)

Medical School / Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences
Undergraduate School / Brigham Young University
Hometown / Mapleton, UT

 

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