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Pathology Residency

Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas’ Pathology Residency program is approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) to train 18 residents.

 

The residency program emphasizes all aspects of practical hands-on training, didactic instruction and clinicopathologic research. Under the supervision of faculty on the medical staff at Baylor University Medical Center, resident physicians learn to choose appropriate techniques to study specimens and implement procedures to reach a diagnosis. The comprehensive four-year program includes structured rotations in anatomic and clinical pathology, as well as elective time.

 

Anatomic Pathology

 

The anatomic pathology program includes a versatile surgical pathology service, autopsy pathology (including forensic pathology) and cytopathology.

 

Clinical Pathology

 

The clinical pathology program features rotations in transfusion medicine, chemistry, hematology, microbiology and immunology. Subspecialty areas include molecular, cytogenetics, toxicology, virology, special hematology and flow cytometry.

 

Medical School Elective

 

Medical students are encouraged to apply for an elective rotation in anatomic/clinical pathology. Students participate in conferences and one-on-one teaching with attending physicians on the medical staff at Baylor Scott & White Health and residents. The elective rotation lasts from two to four weeks. Applications are available for the Medical Student Elective and Externship from the Visiting Student Application Service (VSAS).

 

Pathology Caseload:

Annual Surgical Pathology Accessions: 56,605

Number of New Cancers Diagnosed: 3,137

Annual Bone Marrow Accessions: 1,830

Annual FNA Accessions: 1,909

Annual Non-Gynecologic Cytology Accessions: 3,097

Annual Gynecologic Cytology, Outpatient Accessions: 9,172

Annual Hospital-based Autopsies: 108

Annual forensic autopsies, Dallas County Medical Examiner’s office: 3,208

Number of Clinical Laboratory Tests: 2,661,533

 

Baylor University Medical Center is one of only three institutions worldwide to have performed more than 3,000 adult liver transplants.

 

 

Pathoogy Residents Group Photo 2017

  

Pathology Residents 2017

 

 

 



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