2G332 UH 1500 E. Medical
Center Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5054 (734) 647-9125
The division of Anatomic Pathology provides a myriad of diagnostic services. The faculty provide expertise in over 20 subspecialties.
Staff members within the division provide tissue-based diagnostic tools used to improve patient health.
The division also provides pathology residents and fellows with broad-based and subspecialty training.
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St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5602 (734) 936-1873
The faculty and staff within Clinical Pathology work together to support the full spectrum of clinical services offered by
the many laboratories within the division. Laboratory personnel provide extensive clinical testing
and support to all the Michigan Medicine hospitals and clinics as well as the Pathology MLabs reference
laboratory program. The division also provides personally designed residency and fellowship training.
Coordinator, Residency Program
Coordinator, Fellowship Programs
PhD Program Administrator
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.
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Pl. Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2200 (734) 764-8403
The Experimental Pathology research faculty focus on understanding the pathobiologic basis of human disease from basic science
to translational projects and the development of therapies. Aided by laboratory staff, graduate students
and postdocs, the labs work in multiple areas, including cancer biology, development, neuroscience,
epigenetics, aging, mucosal biology, immunology and inflammation, and therapeutics.
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St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5602 (734) 615-5727
The primary mission and focus of the Pathology Informatics division is providing uninterrupted stewardship of the clinical
laboratory information systems in use by the clinical faculty and staff, across the department, to
produce the clinical laboratory results serving the enterprise’s patient populations.
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1150 W. Medical Center Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5605
The division of Molecular Pathology strives to unite the multiple molecular diagnostic and research endeavors within the
department. Clinical applications generally include diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic applications
while striving to be on the cutting edge of qualitative and quantitative nucleic acid analyses for
genetics and oncology.
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St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5602 (734) 764-2145
The division of Quality and Health Improvement strives to transform the patient experience for the better by drawing on extensive
experience in laboratory science, quality management, change management, information systems and
project management. Using a customer-focused approach, the division strives to improve processes
and ensure an innovative mindset across the department.
Office of the Chair 5240 Med Sci I 1301 Catherine St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5602Ph:(734) 936-9355
Assistant to Dr. Parkos
Assistant to Martin Lawlor
The Department of Pathology is composed of a large and diverse group of faculty, representing all disciplines of Pathology, many laboratory, administrative and research staff, as well as trainees and students. The focus is
always on excellence in service, education and research.
PRR Project300 North Ingalls BuildingRm NI6A11Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5422 (734) 764-5672
The Pathology Relocation and Renovation (PRR) Project is part of a multi-year renovation and relocation that features two phases. Phase One brings much of Pathology together at the North Campus Research Complex. Phase Two
includes renovations at University Hospital (UH) creating creation of an automated core laboratory
and other critical laboratory and support spaces. Innovation drives this project, which affects about
186,000 gross square feet and will drive positive trends related to growth, expenses, and opportunities
for collaboration. When fully functional, new laboratories will transform the patient experience
and produce better outcomes.
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