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Program Overview 

    The University of Toledo Pathology Department provides opportunities for eight residents in a fully approved program in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology at the US News & World Report-ranked University of Toledo Medical Center.
    The division of Anatomic Pathology provides training in autopsy and surgical pathology, cytology, electron and fluorescence microscopy, immunohistochemistry and immunopathology, neuropathology, dermatopathology, and other specialty areas. Special training in forensic pathology is available. The Division of Clinical Pathology includes clinical chemistry, toxicology, hematology, blood banking, immunology, microbiology and virology, molecular diagnostics, cytogenetics, tissue typing, and flow cytometry.
    One of the strengths of this program is the opportunity to gain experience and training in related services such as:

The American Red Cross (blood banking)
Lucas County Coroner’s Office (forensic pathology)
Pinkus Laboratory (dermatopathology)
Akron Children's Hospital (pediatric pathology)

    The program for each resident can be tailored to his or her interest and capabilities with special emphasis in any of the subspecialties desired. Administrative and managerial skills are included at all levels with the development of major responsibility in the final year.

    Active participation in research is encouraged.



ACGME American Accreditation Committee for Graduate Medical Education
AABB American Association of Blood Banks
ASHI American Society for Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics
CAP College of American Pathologist

All residents are provided with hospitalization insurance, professional liability insurance, uniforms, as well as allowances and expenses for books, professional meetings, and workshops. Other benefits include a childcare nursery for a nominal fee.

Last Updated: 6/9/16