Advancing Pathology Professionals Through Medical Education Opportunities
The Department of Pathology at Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center has a long history and strong tradition of teaching, research and patient care dating back nearly 100 years. University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center, an over 1,000-bed teaching hospital, serves a diverse patient population that enables residents to encounter an optimal mixture of primary and tertiary care problems.
Diverse Group of Residents and Fellows
Our residents and fellows form a geographically and culturally diverse group with a strong sense of camaraderie. Their career goals are varied and include:
- Academic basic science
- Academic service pathology
- Community practice
- Forensic pathology
- Residency Program
Our pathology residency training program offers rigorous balanced training in anatomic and clinical pathology within a large thriving academic medical center. The faculty members of the department are enthusiastic teachers committed to postgraduate pathology education. The goal of our program is to provide a supportive and congenial atmosphere in which our residents can develop their full potential and find their niche in the diverse field of pathology.
- Fellowship Programs
The following fellowship training programs are available:
Laboratory Genetics and Genomics
The division also hosts a fellowship in Laboratory Genetics and Genomics, accredited by the ABMGG and the ACGME. For more information on the LGG fellowship or to apply, please contact:
- Medical Students
A number of pathology-related elective courses are offered for medical students at Case Western Reserve University and other institutions.
Life in Cleveland Has So Much to Offer
Because of the proximity of the hospital to some of Cleveland's finest residential areas, cultural institutions and recreation facilities, our residents enjoy attractive, affordable housing, short commutes and wide-ranging, easily accessible "off-duty" activities.