Anatomic and Clinical Pathology Rotations

Anatomic and Clinical Pathology Rotations

The University of Louisville Anatomic and Clinical Pathology Residency is a fully integrated AP and CP program comprising of 48 months of training designed to provide a high-quality educational experience.


ANATOMIC PATHOLOGYDURATIONRotation Details
Surgical Pathology13Includes 4 months combined Autopsy/Surg Path at ULH and 1 month Surg Path at Norton Hosp. (NHCN)
Cytopathology43 months at ULH and 1 month at NHCN
Forensics22 months at Office of Chief Medical Examiner
Neuropath2
Dermatopathology1
Pediatric Pathology1
Cytogenetics0.5
Electron Microscopy0.5
TOTAL MONTHS24

*ULH - University of Louisville Hospital*NHCN - Norton Hospital

 

CLINICAL PATHOLOGYDURATIONRotation Details
Hematopathology4Benign Hematology Included
Clinical Chemistry3
Microbiology32 months at ULH and 1 month at NHCN
Transfusion Medicine/Blood Banking32 months at ULH and 1 month at NHCN
Molecular Pathology1.51 month at ULH and .5 month at NHCN
Coagulation1
Lab Management1
SPL1
Immunology0.5
Orientation0.5
TOTAL MONTHS18.5
ELECTIVE PATHOLOGY5.5
FULL ROTATION TOTAL48

ELECTIVES
  • Advanced Heme
  • Breast
  • Cardiopulmonary
  • Clinical Heme
  • Clinical Medicine
  • Clinical Toxicology
  • Forensic Toxicology
  • Gastrointestinal (GI) Path
  • Genitourinary (GU) Path
  • Gynecologic (GYN) Path
  • Human leukocyte antigen (HLA)
  • Head & Neck Pathology
  • Off-site Rotation
  • Oral Path
  • Pediatric Forensics
  • Perinatal/Placental Path
  • Pulmonary Path
  • Renal Path
  • Research Elective
  • Surg Path Sign-out/Consult
  • Toxicology
  • Transplant Pathology
  • Residents may take clinical rotations or design elective rotations that enhance their pathology education and practices with prior approval from Program Director.
  • Residents may take a one-month elective off-site rotation with prior approval from the Program Director and the GME Office.