Pathology Residency

A pathology residency is a post-graduate educational and clinical training program for physicians in the United States of America. It is filled by a resident physician who has received a postgraduate medical degree (M.D. or D.O.) and is enrolled in a clinical training program affiliated with a hospital and medical school. The Department supports one of the largest postgraduate programs in the East. It is one of only 18 programs in the U.S. with Fellowships in Cytopathology, Dermatopathology, GI/Liver, Hematopathology, Molecular Genetics, Molecular Genetics Pathology, and Women's Health.

Working and living in New York City gives you the opportunity to experience one of the greatest cities in the world. With the hospital conveniently located near the D, 4, and 5 subway stations, the Metro-North railroad station, and many of the major highways, you have full access to all that New York has to offer. Depending on your lifestyle, you can live in the Bronx for a short commute, in the heart of Manhattan to take full advantage of the Big Apple, or in the surrounding suburbs for peace and quiet after a long shift.

Details can be found at our Pathology Website at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.