Discover the unique educational experience offered by the UIC Pathology Residency Program. We believe that pathologists-in-training should be exposed to a variety of practice sites, including academic-research and community-based settings. In this way, graduates from our program who pursue careers in academic pathology understand the practice of pathology by colleagues in community settings, and graduates who eventually practice pathology in community hospitals understand how an academic medical center functions. According to information from the Intersociety Council on Pathology Information, approximately 75% of practicing pathologists are in community practice.

Therefore, our residents have the opportunity to experience multiple facets of contemporary pathology through training at several sites with long-standing commitments to medical education: a tertiary-care, university hospital, a Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and two large community teaching hospitals.

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Training Options
Program Philosophy and Goals
Pathology-Specific Competencies
Facilities
Sample Resident Curriculum
Stipend and Benefits
Living in Chicago
Current Residents
Former Residents
Application Process
FAQ
Pathology as a Career!
Resident Education Series