Anatomic Pathology

Anatomic pathology is the science devoted to the study of diseased tissues. Tissues are usually obtained for study by a variety of methods, including skinny needle biopsies, incisional biopsies, excisional biopsies, and surgical resection of organs or tumors. A total of 18 faculty members who specialize in various areas of tissue diagnosis participate in the training of the residents in AP at the main campus.


Pathology residents rotate for three months on the autopsy service during their first year of residency. The autopsy resident is... More ›

Surgical Pathology

Surgical pathology refers to the study of tissue samples obtained by various surgical means, including core needle biopsies, skin punch... More ›


The Cytopathology rotation of the pathology residency program is designed to provide a foundation for a resident physician to excel... More ›

Pediatric Pathology

Pediatric pathology is concerned with the study and diagnosis of human disease manifested in the embryo, fetus, infant, child and... More ›

Forensic Pathology

Pathology residents experience a single one month rotation in forensic pathology during the third or fourth year of their residency... More ›