Our mission is to cultivate independent hematopathology practitioners of the highest quality who contribute to, and advance, our specialty and to nurture well-being through collegial interactions and assist in meeting personal and professional goals.
We are training hematopathologists to become future leaders for both tertiary, academic and private/community practices.
About the program
The program is designed to provide the trainee broad exposure to all facets of diagnostic hematopathology including:
- Blood and bone marrow morphology
- Lymph node pathology
- Body fluid interpretation
- Molecular pathology
- Flow cytometry
- Cytogenetics/fluorescent in-situ hybridization
- Automated hematology
- Laboratory management
Approximately 1,300 bone marrow and lymph node biopsies are reviewed annually. There is close interaction with the clinical hematology service. The fellow is expected to participate in ongoing or original clinical research projects. One fellowship appointment is made each year.