The Pathology Residency Program at UT Southwestern Medical Center encompasses several important features:
- A large, diverse faculty, all specialists representing each of the major pathology disciplines
- Almost all diagnostic activities at UT Southwestern are under the control of our department, which allows us to offer comprehensive, in depth training in all of the various pathology disciplines as well as a complete array of subspecialty fellowship programs
- We offer a strong academic environment with access to state-of-the-art and newly emerging diagnostic technologies, which is essential to the preparation of any pathologist for professional life in the 21st century
- Basic training in our program is enhanced by extensive exposure to modern molecular diagnostics, advanced flow cytometric analysis, and molecular cytogenetics
The Department provides diagnostic services in a variety of clinical settings including:
- Parkland Health & Hospital System
- UT Southwestern University Hospitals
- Children’s Medical Center
- Aston Building
- Dallas Veterans Affairs Medical Center
The Department of Pathology does not require mandatory research activity as part of our residency training, but many of our residents get involved with various projects in collaboration with a very willing faculty that culminate in significant contributions to the literature.
Our residents are active and visible participants in many national and international pathology society meetings. Presentations at such meetings are strongly encouraged and supported by the Department.
For those residents with a strong commitment to an academic research career, the Laboratory of Molecular Pathology within our department offers opportunities for both short-term elective and longer-term intensive research training funded by the Department.