Penn’s Pathology Residency Program Reaches Botswana

Published by Steve Graff, on December 04, 2018

Pathology resident training opportunities for those interested in global health and outreach.

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Following A Patient Story From Transfusion Medicine to Hemepath Rotations

Published by Taylor Jenkins, MD, on November 10, 2016

When I started my pathology residency, I never expected to have such a moving patient experience.

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How I Chose the Profession of Pathology

Published by Roseann I. Wu, MD, MPH, on July 13, 2016

Do any of us dream about becoming a pathologist or laboratory professional from the start? In my case, an appreciation for the visual arts helped.

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Welcome to Our New Residents for 2016

Published by Kathleen T. Montone, MD, on March 18, 2016

The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine had a very successful recruitment season for the 2016-17 PGY1 residency class. Receiving 465 applications, the program matched seven medical students (six MDs and one MD/PhD) in the combined AP/CP program.

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Welcome to Our New Residents for 2015

Published by Kathleen T. Montone, MD, on March 20, 2015

Receiving over 400 applications this year, the Residency Program matched eight medical students (five MDs and three MD/PhDs) with a variety of academic career goals for training in AP/CP, AP only and CP only.

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I’d Rather Be in Philadelphia

Published by Elizabeth Azzato, MD, PhD, and other Pathology Residents, on January 30, 2015

A persistent legend has it that the epitaph on the tombstone of W.C. Fields reads “I’d rather be in Philadelphia.” Here are some questions that many of us had when we first considered enrolling in the Pathology Residency Program at Penn and that you might have as well if you don’t know Philly yet.

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