The University of Kansas Medical Center is committed to the highest quality of medical education and patient care. We offer a four-year residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology that supports up to 18 residents and consists of 4-week block rotations in anatomic and clinical pathology subspecialties.
One-year fellowships in Blood Banking/Transfusion Medicine, Cytopathology, Hematopathology, and Surgical Pathology subspecialties are also offered with most rotations occurring at the University of Kansas Medical Center.
One-year, Post-Sophomore Fellowships for medical students are also available.
In addition, the Graduate Studies Program participates in the degree-granting curriculum of the University of Kansas Medical Center in concert with the IGPBS. Our program provides comprehensive training in understanding the molecular basis of disease and the fundamental mechanisms of cell growth and differentiation.