FIRST YEAR:

Autopsy I - 3 months (includes Neuropathology; Histology orientation, Immunohisto Chemistry)
Surgical Pathology I - 3 months
Transfusion Medicine I - 3 months (includes Apheresis and 2 weeks of Molecular Practicum)
Hematology I - 3 months (includes Coagulation and Cytogenetics)

 

SECOND YEAR:

Surgical Pathology II - 3 months 
Cytopathology I - 3 months
Chemistry - 3 months (includes Toxicology, Informatics)
Microbiology - 3 months (includes 1 month of Immunology)

 

THIRD YEAR:

Autopsy II - 2 months (includes Neuropathology; 1 month Forensic Pathology)
Surgical Pathology III - 4 months
Transfusion Medicine II - 3 months (includes Apheresis, Donor Center, Tissue Typing Laboratory)
Hematology II - 3 months (includes VA Hospital, Flow Cytometry)

 

FOURTH YEAR:

Surgical Pathology IV - 4 months (includes “slide only” and teaching months)
Cytopathology II - 2 months 
Molecular Genetics - 1 month         
Electives - 6 months (may include 1 month of Molecular Genetics)​


For information on how vacations are planned during these rotations, visit the Salary & Benefits page.