The division of Education provides many opportunities for trainees within the department. Residents can obtain training in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. Clinical Fellowships are offered in 17 subspecialties. Research is a core component of our graduate medical education programs. Graduate students can pursue their PhD in Cellular and Molecular Pathology, while the many research laboratories provide Post-doctoral training. In addition, our faculty are integrally involved in teaching both medical and dental students.
Join Us Virtually!
The University of Michigan’s Protein Folding Diseases Initiative will be holding its 7th Annual Symposium starting at 12:00 pm, via Zoom.
This Molecular and Cellular Pathology graduate student event showcases research within the department by faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and PhD students. The day is highlighted with the invited keynote presentation by Ana Maria Cuervo, MD, PhD.
In 2009, a shy, but extremely talented employee arrived in the Education Office of the Department of Pathology. “From the beginning, we knew we’d work well together and since then, our team has become like family,” stated Marie Goldner about Pam Howard, the Residency Program Administrator. This week, the Education office bids Pam a fond farewell as she retires. “If I had to choose what I appreciate the most about Pam, it is her incredible commitment to her work. That is not something that can be easily taught. I think it is a characteristic inherent in who she is,” continued Goldner [...]
The Department of Pathology was well represented at the 110th Annual Meeting of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP), held March 13-18, 2021. This year's event was reconstructed into a fully virtual format in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with participants able to tune in and contribute from all over the world. Several of our faculty and trainees were featured at this year's conference. Let's take a moment to recap some key highlights from #USCAP2021.