VCU Medical Center lab testing for new strain of COVID-19 [View Image]

VCU Medical Center lab testing for new strain of COVID-19

Christopher Doern, Ph.D., director of microbiology at VCU Health, answers common questions about testing for the new variant.
Three Pathologists make Top Docs list [View Image]

Three Pathologists make Top Docs list

Richmond Magazine's annual list is chosen by peers
Studies connect hormone to breast cancer and uncover potential for novel targeted drugs [View Image]

Studies connect hormone to breast cancer and uncover potential for novel targeted drugs

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Clinical Laboratory Genetics and Genomics Fellowship [View Image]

Clinical Laboratory Genetics and Genomics Fellowship

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Pathologists share their vaccine experience and expertise [View Image]

Pathologists share their vaccine experience and expertise

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Dr. Bos identifies an immune cell in breast cancer growth that could treat the disease [View Image]

Dr. Bos identifies an immune cell in breast cancer growth that could treat the disease

There is a specific protein called interferon gamma (IFN-g) that has powerful anti-tumor properties, including the activation of macrophages.
VIDEO: Pathology Resident Tour [View Image]

VIDEO: Pathology Resident Tour

Take a virtual photo tour of the Pathology Department at VCU.
Charles Clevenger named associate director for precision oncology at Massey [View Image]

Charles Clevenger named associate director for precision oncology at Massey

The Department of Pathology Chair identified a protein involved in milk production as a potential target for novel breast cancer therapies
VCU Department of Pathology Faculty [View Image]

VCU Department of Pathology Faculty

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

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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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.Learn more about our residency and fellowship programs

Pathology Resources

Message from the Chair

VCUSOM Message from the Dean [View Image]

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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Commitment to Diversity

Diversity at VCU’s SOM is a commitment and ongoing process of inclusion with special attention to characteristics such as gender, age, religion, disabilities, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, race, ethnicity and geographic region

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Our Commitment to Diversity

Diversity is absolutely essential at a research university, just as it is in life. It is an indispensable part of the learning process. It shapes what we learn and how we learn it, how we solve problems, how we interact with one another, and how we think about ourselves and each other.

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