The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at OHSU offers several robust educational programs including regular CME offerings for our faculty.
Our post-graduate training programs include our anatomic and clinical pathology residency program. The main objective of the OHSU Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine residency program is to develop outstanding anatomic and clinical pathologists who are personable, well balanced, broadly competent and prepared to pursue careers in either private practice or academics.
We offer five subspecialty fellowships including a one-year Surgical Pathology fellowship. Cytopathology, Hematopathology, Molecular Genetic Pathology, and Neuropathology fellowships are ACGME-accredited. Our fellowships are all led by program directors who are experts in their fields, and supported by dedicated, enthusiastic faculty.
For medical students, we offer introductory and special topics clerkships, the Pathology Interest Group, Case of the Week, and Pathology Student Fellowship.
OHSU Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine supports and fosters a workplace diverse in people and ideas. There are a variety of resources, online tools, and guides that highlight multicultural communities within the greater Portland area available through OHSU's Center for Diversity and Inclusion.