Dr. Clevenger, Department of Pathology Chair, featured on CBS 6, regarding his study of proteins involved in milk production to treat breast cancer.

Dr. Clevenger, Department of Pathology Chair, featured on CBS 6, regarding his study of proteins involved in milk production to treat breast cancer.

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2019 Department of Pathology Open House for Medical Students

2019 Department of Pathology Open House for Medical Students

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Department of Pathology continues to be on the forefront of innovation, including implementation of a new molecular NGS panel for heme malignancies

Department of Pathology continues to be on the forefront of innovation, including implementation of a new molecular NGS panel for heme malignancies

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VCU Department of Pathology Faculty

VCU Department of Pathology Faculty

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VCU student aims to develop targeted drugs to treat triple-negative breast cancer

VCU student aims to develop targeted drugs to treat triple-negative breast cancer

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Atfi studies proteins associated with pancreatic cancer, weight loss and diabetes as a means to develop novel immunotherapies

Atfi studies proteins associated with pancreatic cancer, weight loss and diabetes as a means to develop novel immunotherapies

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Bos awarded $650,000 to study how immune cells affect the spread of breast cancer to the brain

Bos awarded $650,000 to study how immune cells affect the spread of breast cancer to the brain

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Pathology Residency and Fellowship Programs

VCU Department of Pathology offers ACGME-accredited residency training in Anatomic, Clinical, or combined Anatomic and Clinical Pathology.  In addition, fellowship training is offered in six specialties.

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Message from the Chair

VCUSOM Message from the Dean

Message from the Chair

These are transformative and exciting times for the discipline of Pathology and the Department of Pathology at VCUHS. Driving this transformation are advances in molecular diagnosis, informatics, biobanking, translational/personalized medicine, and market shifts to a value-based practice model.  As a primary provider of healthcare diagnosis, we seek to lead rather than be driven by change.

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