Residency & Fellowship
Our residents participate in a four-year residency program. We currently offer four fellowship programs, each program admits one fellow annually.
Our anatomic and clinical pathology training programs are integrated, emphasizing the unified nature of the information developed and interpreted by pathologists. Much of this effort is focused on the care of individual patients. Abundant opportunities are available for residents to participate in the department's research programs, which address problems of contemporary interest and importance. Additionally, residents are actively engaged in the department's teaching programs. Indeed, a tradition of excellence in teaching at all levels is a cornerstone of the department's activities.
Recently the College of American Pathologists (CAP) announced their committee assignments and many of our residents were selected:
- Jo Conant– CAP Foundation Grants Committee, graduate of CAP Engaged Leadership Academy
- Mustafa Mohammad – CAP Political Action Committee
- Tom Rogers – CAP Resident Forum Delegate
- Lauren Pearson – CAP Instrumentation Resource Committee and CLSI Document Development Committee
- Jill Miller – CAP Accreditation Education Committee and CAP Resident Forum Delegate
- Javier de Luca-Johnson – CAP Autopsy Committee
- Jessica Crothers – CAP Personalized Healthcare committee
Visit the Graduate Medical Education programs below at the University of Vermont / The University of Vermont Medical Center to learn more about the programs and how to apply.
Vermont ranked 2nd as place where residents are most satisfied...read report here.
- Cytopathology Fellowship
- Dermatopathology Fellowship
- Surgical Pathology Fellowship
Some of our faculty and residents attending the 2015 CAP conference in Nashville, TN.
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