Pathology's faculty and staff are dedicated to serving the region and community by providing superior diagnostic care, supporting and conducting advanced research, and educating professionals in pathology and its subspecialties.
The Pathology Department consists of Diagnostic Laboratory Services, Research Activities and Training Programs.
The Diagnostic Laboratory Services provide anatomic and clinical diagnostic services and referral tests.
Research Activities are conducted by investigators in sections on Comparative Medicine and Investigative Pathology. A number of shared research facilities are available to institutional investigators including the Center for Comparative Medicine Research, the Animal Resources Program and the Cellular Imaging Core.
Training Programs are available through Anatomic/Clinical Pathology and Subspecialties, Comparative Medicine/Lab Animal Medicine/Veterinary Pathology and Graduate Degrees.
Check out this summary of all the Pathology Department's training opportunities, including residency and fellowship programs for both MDs and DVMs; graduate degrees; and both pre- and postdoctoral study.