Hematopathology

Overview

 

Hematology/Hematopathology training for WFBMC AP/CP residents is a multifaceted program designed to instruct the resident in the methods used for detection, analysis, and measurement of hematologic specimens, for interpretation and diagnosis of hematopoietic disorders.  The overall curriculum consists of three specific educational and training components: (1) one month of Basic Hematology; (2) 3 months of Hematopathology; and (3) comprehensive Hematology/Hematopathology didactic lecture series.  A fourth, optional component may be taken as an advanced elective following completion of the required rotations.

 

 Hematology-Hematopathology Overall Curriculum

 

     

    Faculty/Staff

    Michael W. Beaty, M.D., Hematopathology  (Director of Hematopathology)
    David D. Grier, M.D. , Hematopathology (Director of Flow Cytometry)
    Changlee S. Pang, M.D. ,Hematopathology
    Steven H. Wong, Ph.D. , Clinical Chemistry (Director of Clinical Chemistry)
    Mark Pettenati, Ph.D., FACMG (Director of Cytogenetics)
    Andrew Farland, M.D. , Clinical Hematology (Director of Coagulation Laboratory)
    Natalie Walker, MT ASCP, Hematology Specialist (Flow Cytometry)
    Jane Propst, MT ASCP, Hematology Specialist (Bone Marrow)
    LuAnn Mascorro, MT ASCP, (Hematology Specialist (Basic Hematology Rotation Instructor)

     

     

    Quick Reference

    Pathology Residency Training Program
    Program Director:
    Ryan T. Mott, MD

    Tel: 336-716-4311
    Fax: 336-716-7595

    Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
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    Winston-Salem, NC 27157
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